Life After Debt

Deanne Ferguson, Labour’s candidate for Morley and Outwood, on how debt nearly destroyed her life and why the party needs to wage a campaign against debt collection agencies.

Illustration by María Medem

I did everything that you’re told to do in life. I left school with good qualifications, got a job, and started making my own path. I decided to move out of my family home when I was a little over 16 and rented in Outwood, Wakefield. I’ll always remember the first shop I ever did. […]

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