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Bank of England tells banks to raise more capital as consumer credit fears ...
Q: You seem to be blaming lenders, rather than consumers, for the rise in consumer credit - but shouldn't people be more cautious about how much debt they take on?
Bank of England takes action over bad loans  
Bank of England orders banks to set aside an extra �11.4bn for emergencies  
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