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BSA picks up Hewitt&#39s gauntlet on social exclusion

The Building Societies Association is accepting Patricia Hewitt&#39s invitation to contribute to the financial exclusion debate.


Hewitt made the invitation during a speech which challenged building societies to tackle the problem of financial exclusion in deprived neighbourhoods.


BSA director-general Adrian Coles says: &#34We have established a group which will consider ways in which building societies can further sustain financial life in socially disadvantaged areas. The group is looking forward to submitting ideas to the Treasury and playing a full part in this important debate.&#34

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