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The Bank yesterday unveiled a major review of lending practices and warned that the scramble to borrow ever-greater amounts of money was now a major risk to stability.
It came as the Old Lady reiterated its view that Brexit posed a bigger danger to finance in the European Union than the UK.
Separately, the Financial Conduct Authority watchdog is examining how individual banks decide what customers can afford to borrow.
The FPC said yesterday that this cut might be reversed in June.
The average unsecured debt of its clients increased for the first time in eight years, from £13,900 to £14,251.
Chief executive Mike O'Connor said: 'Too many people are borrowing just to get by, struggling to save, working hard and finding it difficult to make ends meet.'He is calling for the Government to introduce a 'breathing space' scheme in which interest payments and bailiffs' visits are suspended for people who are struggling so they have time to get back on their feet.
This practice is now at an all-time high and was used to 2.3million cars last year.
However, the Bank is understood to be most concerned about credit card debts and unsecured personal loans provided by banks.