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Hi all this has been spoted on ft.com website.

Tougher controls on second mortgages and new legal curbs on credit card providers were signalled by Gordon Brown on Tuesday, as part of a recessionary package of measures to help indebted consumers.

The prime minister also ditched plans to give bailiffs greater enforcement powers and promised to review funding for debt advice. “We are determined to do our bit when we see hard-working, hard-pressed people being buffeted about by a storm not of their making,” he told a consumer summit.

Full report here http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/f41c8f16-1...nclick_check=1
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