A report in Britain suggests that an "unrestrained pursuit of self-interest and profit" had swept through society. Moral standards within the middle classes had been eroded by those who have adopted a dog-eat-dog mentality and that the middle classes justify their behaviour by treating the odd bit of crime as a "revolt" against some apparent injustice.

A report in Britain suggests that an “unrestrained pursuit of self-interest and profit” had swept through society. Moral standards within the middle classes had been eroded by those who have adopted a dog-eat-dog mentality and that the middle classes justify their behaviour by treating the odd bit of crime as a “revolt” against some apparent injustice.

This Is London reports:

The middle classes are showing an unprecedented contempt for the law, with two thirds admitting to offences such as tax evasion or hiking up insurance claims, a survey suggests.

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