Britain’s Debt Problem – does it really matter?

In his latest blog, Geoff Stait looks at Britain’s debt problem, and asks “does it really matter?”

In the year 2008/2009 the country’s net debt – Britain’s debt problem – totalled £626.6 billion.  By the end of 2013 that net debt figure had risen to £1.254 trillion.  Today our Net Debt figure stands at £1.334 trillion …. and increases at the rate of £5,170 a second!  But does it really matter. Click here to find out Geoff’s thoughts.

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