Money: Generous Scots grow up

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The Independent Online
CHILDREN in Scotland buck their national stereotype by being more generous than children in Wales and England, according to a survey conducted by the TSB. While the young Scots spend an average of pounds 38.40 on Christmas presents and cards, young Londoners spend only pounds 30. Nineties children are increasingly 'disgusted with the 'greed is good' selfishness of the 1980s', it says: 'Far from nagging for dream presents, they would rather Santa delivered world peace.'

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