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Seems those "I want it, I want it now" characters, who ran up debts of ?1,000s on credit cards or took out mortgages they couldn't afford; aided and abetted by banks, using savers money and now being bailed out by tax-payers - will become insolvent and ultimately the debt written off. :shock: So does that mean they get away with it? :evil: Does it mean that the prudent saver and taxpayer will be paying for this spending spree by the feckless? :shock::cry:

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As if to rub salt in the wound; they are now clamouring for a reduction in interest rates - thus penalising the prudent saver and returning to the easy borrowing that got us into the mess in the first place - seems they havn't learned a thing. :twisted::roll::wink:

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