Blame culure still prevalent according to Brit

The survey, of 2,000 adults across the UK, revealed that three quarters of people believe their fellow Britons are taking less responsibility for their own actions than five years ago, a view that grows stronger with age. 83% of those aged 55 and over think this as compared to only 55% of 18-24 year olds. And more than eight out of ten Britons (84%) believe that people are more likely now than five years ago to blame others when accidents and injuries occur, which highlights the existence of a

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