Richard Dawkins writes about the private school that he attended:
"At Oundle, the dominant motivation for doing anything was peer pressure and the ethos of his peers was anti-intellectual, with an antipathy to hard work.
"There was too much adulation of the rugby team and too little prestige attached to intelligence or scholarship."
Stephen Hawking found similar attitudes when he went to university.
Education may be the key.
In private schools, state schools and even universities, the 90% are easily seduced, conned, or intimidated by 'the gangsters'.
Axing grammars 'led to the collapse of school standards'.