'More reading' than in 1970s


People in the UK seem to have been reading more over the past quarter of a century, a study suggests. They analysed thousands of time-use diaries compiled for official census agencies in five countries in 1975 and again at the turn of the millennium.

One theory is books are ideal to fill gaps in people's schedules - and with busier lives there are more gaps.

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