Majority of public say they would not intervene if they saw someone with facial disfigurement being abused

Majority of public say they would not intervene if they saw someone with facial disfigurement being abused

The majority of the public admit they would not intervene if they saw someone with a facial disfigurement being abused or attacked in the street, a new poll has found.

As part of the Telegraph Christmas Appeal, we put forward a series of questions for a public attitudes poll. You can find out more about the results, along with hearing a personal account from champion Rory Mcguire on why these findings relate to his own experiences.

You can read the full article on the Telegraph’s website.

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