Wed 1 October 2008, The Guardian

Is it such a good idea to be a good Samaritan? Better perhaps to cross the road and live to tell the tale . . .

By Marcel Berlins
Marcel Berlins: A survey showed that the British were less likely to intervene to stop a crime than the nationals of every other European country. Not a record to be proud of
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