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StepChange: Payday loans – The next generation

In 2015 the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) introduced stricter rules on payday lending to help regulate the market, making it fairer for borrowers. StepChange Debt Charity’s latest report looks at differences in the industry since these changes were brought in.

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