.... High levels of debt show the underlying fragility of those economies and the low levels of accumulated wealth in these towns,” said Jeremy Willmount from the firm. “As the fishing industry
and other traditional coastal trade have declined, people in seaside towns are continuing to fall into debt as the local economy in these areas fail to keep up with the rest of the UK. ...
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