Improving Financial Health: new approaches and innovations

We've teamed up with the Financial Health Exchange at Toynbee Hall to deliver a fantastic new conference in London on 30th October. Too many households in Britain today are struggling with a combination of outstanding debt, low or no savings, and increasing pressure on incomes. Many are also finding it difficult to budget effectively due [...]

Reviving the UK Economy | time for a household debt write-off?

The Centre for Responsible Credit and Jubilee Debt Campaign are jointly hosting a fringe meeting at this week's TUC Conference in Brighton.   Conference delegates are invited to join us on Tuesday 13 September, 5.45 – 7.15pm. Meeting Room 8, The Brighton Centre, Kings Road, Brighton BN1 2GR Interest rates are at an all-time low, [...]

Facing up to the ‘Brexit effect’: would a further base rate cut help?

Following the 'Brexit vote' there has been an increase in speculation that this week's Monetary Policy Committee meeting will vote to cut the Bank of England base rates by 25 basis points to 0.25%. A cut in base rates is being viewed as a possible means of stimulating demand in the economy, which has become [...]

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