Simon Gompertz notebook
Monday, 8 April 2013
Credit boom of Thatcher years
Credit cards more than tripled to 30 million in the ten years to 1990.
Consumer credit doubled in real terms.
Controls on hire purchase were removed.
Homeowners borrowed £114bn against their homes, just for spending money.
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