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One in seven 'feels unsafe' at home | UK news | guardian.co.uk

One in seven Britons does not feel safe in their own home at night, according to a new survey.

Younger people felt even less secure, with one in five of those aged 18 to 24 saying they did not feel safe at night in their home.

Four in 10 people even admitted they keep something nearby, from a heavy torch to a kitchen knife, which they would use as a weapon to protect themselves and their property against intruders.

Just seven out of 10 people aged 18 to 24 said they felt safe in their home at night, compared with nine out of 10 of those aged 55 or over, the poll showed.

I wonder what we could allow people to do which would make them feel safer?

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Or what laws could be repealed? Hmmm?

Ensconced at present in the land of things that go boom! I'm feeling strangely safe...I wonder why?

"I wonder what we could allow people to do which would make them feel safer?"

Grow old?

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