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  • Recession blamed for sharp increase in suicide among middle-aged men
  • Overall UK suicide rate rose by almost eight per cent in 2011
  • A separate report claimed people are unable to cope with aggressive lenders
  • Graph showing the male suicide rates between 2001 and 2011

    UK suicides hit 6,045 in 2011, with deaths among middle-aged men increasing significantly to 22.2 deaths per 100,000 people, according to the Office for National Statistics.

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    Unemployment, debt and relationship breakdowns: Why more middle-aged men are killing themselves, mental health charity reveals

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    About k111me

    One day I'll get the death I've longed for faaarrr too long.

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