A HOLSWORTHY man who hung himself was worried about debt and money problems, an inquest heard. Keith Barratt, 69, was found hanging in a barn at Higher Horslett in Clawton where he lived on the morning of February 18. A statement from his GP said Mr Barratt had suffered from anxiety for some years and was worried about his future and lack of pension. The inquest also heard about a previous suicide attempt in 2013 where police had found Mr Barratt on a cliff edge, intending to jump. Despite finding a bottle of brandy in the barn with his body, coroner Elizabeth Earland said his judgement would not have been impaired. She recorded a verdict of suicide, and said: He left a note and I am satisfied he intended the consequences actions.