Article preview: The latest official data paints a rather bleak financial picture of the pandemic for millions of people. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) found that almost nine million people resorted to borrowing money last year, to make ends meet due to the coronavirus. Since last June, the proportion of the working population who borrowed £1,000 or more increased from 35% to 45%.
Borrowing to get through the pandemic
This 445-word blog post looks at the latest official figures from the Office for National Statistic, revealing how personal finances are holding up through the pandemic. Written on 22nd January 2021.
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