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Blind-eye Britain – half have avoided intervening in a mugging or robbery

Millions of Brits have turned a blind eye when they have seen fights, robberies and even muggings, a new study has shown. Researchers revealed more than half of British adults have avoided interfering in public altercations – as they just don’t want to get involved. This is despite one in five of us not trusting [...]


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Small talk is dying – because we spend all our time online

Small talk is officially on the way out – as it’s revealed one in five of us haven’t spoken to a stranger in over six months. A study of 2,000 has shown that a surge in online communication has taken over, with one third of people saying the bulk of their communication now takes place [...]


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40% think small talk is ‘pointless’ (and many more comfortable online than in person)

Millions of Brits now prefer to ‘keep themselves to themselves’, and as many as one in five have not spoken to a stranger for over six months, it has emerged. A study into the average person’s social confidence and communication found small talk is fast becoming a thing of the past – as a surge [...]


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The working middle- salary and career now similar for ‘working’ and ‘middle’ classes

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The gap is closing between the working and middle classes – with the value of homes and the amount of cash savings now the only real differences, a study has revealed. Despite people assuming the gap between classes is getting wider, the decline of factories and industry coupled with the rise of technology means many [...]


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