Representatives of the UK's biggest payday lenders have been accused, by the Consumer Minister, of failing to get their house in order.
It follows an admission that they don't always share data with each other, meaning borrowers can run-up debts by taking out multiple loans. The lenders were speaking at a one-off session in Parliament.
ITV News Consumer Editor Chris Choi reports
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