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Money worries prompted by the tightening financial situation are dominating conversations, according to new research.
A survey by Alliance and Leicester discovered that half of Brits had talked to their friends, colleagues and family about the strain on their finances.
The next biggest topic was political goings on at Westminster, discussed by 46 per cent, followed by sporting events, with 40 per cent of people discussing this, while only a quarter of chats were about the shenanigans of the celebrity world.
At least people using access codes to make cheap international calls were saving money while they had these conversations with friends and family abroad.
The study also discovered that for all the conversations about finances the majority of people were not making the most out of their savings accounts.
It reported that over half left their savings in a lower interest current account, with six per cent even keeping their savings in cash, where they will not generate any interest.
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