Combination of Brexit, historically low interest rates, introduction of Universal Credit and changes to student grants are creating a time bomb that could see even more Britons become financially vulnerable without greater action on improving financial education. A new report from cross-party think tank Demos finds that a lack of coordination between sectors involved in financial services provision and advice is stymieing attempts to address the problem of financial exclusion.

Read more at Financial exclusion and illiteracy a huge social and economic cost for Britain – Finbuzz