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• One in five Brits more likely to share as a result of recession
• Only 5% of us would share toothbrush with best friend
• Brits twice as likely to want to work with others as work alone

So, there is a coalition government and our leaders are going to have to get used to the idea of sharing – power, office space, and column inches. Perhaps sharing isn’t such a bad thing though. A survey suggests that Brits have responded to the recession by sharing more things with family and friends, so maybe it’s only right that our politicians have started doing the same.

New research from leading serviced office provider MWB Business Exchange and YouGov has found that one fifth of Brits (19%) are more likely to share with family, friends or colleagues as a result of the recession. We are most likely to share food with our best friends (58%)...

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