There is always work to be had. If your skill set is not in demand then you need to re-evaluate your objective. Increasing your income is a much better option than increasing your debt, even if that means taking a low skilled job. There are always jobs like this available which will help your situation.
Hop over to the debt free wannabe forum and complete their budget planner. They will make suggestions on reducing your bills. Starting for example with your Â£200 a month groceries. We are a family of 4 and spend less than Â£250 a month. I suspect you have the opportunity to switch to a cheaper supermarket.
Your work is mainly online. Do you need such an expensive car? Sounds like this could be cut and swapped for a little cheap runabout.
Then there is the usual gas / electric swap. Â£100 a month for phone / internet / TV is way over the top. Ditch Sky or Virgin or whatever pay to watch TV you have and move onto a cheap package. If you dont need a land line phone then Vodafone and virgin offer broadband only options. If you need the land line there are still options way cheaper than Â£100 a month - You can at LEAST halve that.
If you adjust your outgoings and look to take on some form of work, you can probably even out your spending without issue, but you have to be willing to accept that you need to make those changes, at least until the point you are able to sell the house.
Love it when someone wades into a thread without comprehending it.
(especially a mortgage professional on the mortgage board)
no where has the OP said what they spend on anything only a total.