Survey: It’s the best, but I don’t want it

Imagine identifying something that you thought was the best at what it did, but then refusing to take advantage of it.

Let’s allow the Press Gazette to explain.

“While it goes a long way to positively demonstrate the freethinking, self-influential world we now live in, recent reports … have clearly changed the public’s opinion …

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