Walk-on-by-Britain: 64% of people wouldn"t tackle a gang of teen troublemakers

Walk-on-by-Britain: 64% of people wouldn't tackle a gang of teen troublemakersIn the past two years alone, the number of citizen's arrests has halved according to a report by Policy ExchangeA separate YouGov poll found that just 27 per cent would step in if they saw a gang drinking and verbally abusing passers byThat figure dropped below 20 per cent in London | UPDATED: 00:13 GMT, 12 December 2012 Britain is turning into a ‘walk-on-by’ society in which two-thirds of the public will not confront troublemakers in the street. In the past two years alone, the number of citizen’s arrests has halved, according to a report by Policy Exchange. At the same time, a YouGov poll carried out for the influential think-tank found 64 per cent of Brits would carry on walking past a gang of teens who were drinking and verbally abusing passers-by

Sikh soldier makes history as he guards Buckingham Palace wearing turban instead of traditional bearskin

Sikh soldier makes history as he guards Buckingham Palace wearing turban instead of traditional bearskin | UPDATED: 22:41 GMT, 11 December 2012 Changing the Guard at Buckingham Palace yesterday also offered a glimpse into the changing face of Britain.