Britain is a Nation of Carrot-Stealing Micro-criminals

Join data journalist Victoria Waldersee from YouGov, along with the Head of News at Yahoo UK, Stuart Henderson, and editor Matilda Long as they unpack statistics surrounding British behaviour. We’re talking about crime: from how many Brits “forget” to pay for their shopping bags to how willing we are to report our friends and family for a crime. And we're joined by special guest, Rav Wilding – host of BBC’s CrimeWatch who served with the Met Police for eight years, and spent four years in the Armed Forces before that.


Which micro-crimes have we committed? (There's no such thing, Rav yells!)

Would you rat out your friends if they committed a crime? (We need to talk about 33% of you.)

And what crimes do we most fear being a victim of? (Apparently it's NOT having a shopping bag nicked from you.)


Hosted by Stuart Henderson, Matilda Long and Victoria Waldersee

Research support provided by YouGov Omnibus

Produced by Caithlin Mercer

Engineered by Danny Allin

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