Crooked returns and compensation culture now rife in Britain

The compensation culture has run amok since Bernard Levin first coined the phrase in the early nineties.

Its original roots sprang from genuine searches for justice. Now it is also a potentially dangerous tool in a world of where money still equals power. The man in the street, the smaller company, are too often unable to defend themselves.

On a mundane level, threats and demands for compensation have become a commonplace business practice.

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