Crime Could be Worse than Official Statistics Claim
Official statistics might be underestimating the true level of crime in Britain, according to a recent MORI survey for the Reader's Digest. Almost half (47%) of the British public say they have been victims of crime, yet 44 per cent of these are failing to report the crime to the police.
3i / MORI survey of Key Independent Businesses in Britain
Britain's independent businessmen are increasingly opposed to a single European currency, according to the third annual 3i / MORI survey of Key Independent Businesses in Britain. Two in five owner-managers of these business are against it while three in ten are in favour. By contrast, a similar survey conducted in 1995 recorded an even split in opinion on this issue.
Eurostar Gets Thumbs Up from Business Travellers
The recent fire in the Channel Tunnel has not deterred business travellers and decision makers from using the services, according to a survey conducted by MORI for Carlson Wagonlit. Over nine in ten say they would use the Eurostar service again, whether they were asked before or after the fire took place.