Cheat­ing to the chart tops

West Lon­don bor­oughs lead the ta­bles in in­fi­delity survey

Harefield Gazette - - NEWS - By Goolis­tan Cooper goolis­tan.cooper@trin­i­tymir­ror.com

THERE’S bad news if you live in Kens­ing­ton and Chelsea and you’re mar­ried... The bor­ough has just been named Lon­don’s in­fi­delity hotspot.

It ranks top of a new survey, with neigh­bour­ing Ham­mer­smith and Ful­ham not far be­hind in third place out of 33.

Brent and Eal­ing were other west Lon­don bor­oughs which had the du­bi­ous hon­our of mak­ing it into the top 10.

Re­search was car­ried out by pre­mium site xxxpanded, which con­cluded do­ing the hor­i­zon­tal cha-cha with some­one that wasn’t your part­ner was high­est in rel­a­tively wealthy ar­eas.

A spokesper­son said: “Re­search has found that rich and pow­er­ful men and women are more likely to cheat.

“Hav­ing sta­tus and power is de­sir­able to oth­ers. These in­di­vid­u­als could face more temp­ta­tion and lone­li­ness when work­ing long hours away from their part­ners, and crave that same adren­a­line rush they so often ex­pe­ri­ence in their work.”

The poll was con­ducted be­tween Jan­uary to Septem­ber 2016, with a sam­ple of 5,212 adult TRANS­PORT for Lon­don (TfL) is propos­ing to make changes to a pop­u­lar bus route be­tween Eal­ing Broadway and Brent Cross Shop­ping Cen­tre.

Con­sul­ta­tion to change the ser­vice be­tween the A406 Hanger Lane and Eal­ing Broadway sta­tion, next to Haven Green, was launched on Oc­to­ber 12.

The changes would mean the 112 run­ning via Made­ley Road, not cur­rently used as a bus route, and would see three new bus stops built there.

But it would mean the ser­vice would no longer run in Hanger Lane south of Made­ley Road, men and women who live in one of the Lon­don bor­oughs.

More than 12% of peo­ple from the Royal bor­ough ad­mit­ted to cheat­ing at least once, with Ham­mer­smith and Ful­ham scor­ing 11.5%.

Hilling­don comes 12th with 8.3%, while the best be­haved west Lon­don bor­ough was West­min­ster, in 25th place with 6.8%

The best be­haved cou­ples in Lon­don can be found in Haver­ing on the bor­ders with Es­sex, where only 2.6% said they had done the dirty on their part­ner. Uxbridge Road, The Mall and The Broadway, with these roads con­tin­u­ing to be served by route 483.

TfL claim the change would re­sult in re­duc­ing jour­ney times by up to eight min­utes dur­ing peak times, and im­prove re­li­a­bil­ity.

The ser­vice would main­tain its fre­quency of buses ev­ery 12 min­utes dur­ing the day Mon­day to Satur­day, ev­ery 15 min­utes on Sun­days and ev­ery 20 min­utes in the evenings. De­pend­ing on the re­sult of the con­sul­ta­tion, it is hoped the changes would come into af­fect from Spring 2017.

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