Brits see 2012 in at home

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Midweek Sport - - SHOW & TELL -

MORE than eight out of 10 Brits will be stay­ing in this New Year’s Eve, a study has re­vealed.

The fig­ures show that 23 per cent are hop­ing to spend just £10 on see­ing in 2012.

And only 23% ad­mit­ted to ac­tu­ally en­joy­ing the global tra­di­tion.

Just 11% of the 1000 adults polled said they ac­tu­ally hated the cel­e­bra­tion.

Danny Ma­hon, Mar­ket­ing Man­ager for

said: “All too of­ten, New Year’s Eve is freez­ing cold, turns out to be an an­ti­cli­max and costs twice as much as any other night in the year.

“Peo­ple re­alise the best way to mark the dawn of a New Year is a nice night at home with fam­ily and friends.

“The re­ces­sion has hit a lot of fam­i­lies hard.”

WHAT hap­pened to the dyslexic al­co­holic? He choked on his

own Vimto

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