In the Media

Rich admit to more offences

PUBLISHED June 8, 2004

The middle classes are Britain's biggest lawbreakers, according to a survey yesterday.

Almost two thirds (64%) of middle-class people and high-earning professionals admit to one of a number of offences, including not paying their road tax or TV licence and damaging items before returning them for a refund.
The figure compares with 55% of the general population and 43% of those on lower incomes.