Who said it?

'Through my MP casework, I have seen first-hand the implications for those who have made poor decisions, too often through a lack of understanding.' MP Justin Tomlinson is leading a group of 120 MPs calling for compulsory financial education to be taught in schools to teach children about debt, consuming and understanding money.

by Elizabeth Anderson
Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013
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