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We’ve come for your car

We’ve come for your car

A six minute video from Why Poverty:

What would you do if someone knocked on your door and said they’d come to take away your car?

Brian is a debt collector who repossesses cars from people with bad debts. But he’s also had money problems himself, so he knows how it feels from both sides.

Britain has £1.5 trillion worth of personal debt. The film looks at what this means for people who have debts they can no longer afford.


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