Two-fifths of people would not tell friends or family about mortgage problems, a housing charity has found.
A wide-ranging survey from Shelter found:
- 40% said they would not talk to family or friends about struggles with housing costs.
- 25% would feel too "ashamed" to approach anyone for help.
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