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These days we have ample opportunity to see inside people's homes, via reality TV, Facebook and Twitter.

Furthermore, as many as 56 per cent of over-65s (compared with 26 per cent of 18-24s) said they 'enjoyed spending time with' their neighbours.] It's probably a bit much to put this 'decline in neighbourly standards' among the young entirely down to social networking sites such as Facebook, but I am sure it has something to do with it.

My generation tends to think that we don't to foster good relationships with our neighbours - because we can make our friends online. In the past, people such as me who work from home would have been prey to all sorts of daytime loneliness and need for human interaction.

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As I sit down with a cup of coffee to check my emails, my gaze shifts out of the window, where I notice a bald chap wheezing over a wheelbarrow two gardens away. I am 33 and have lived in my house for nearly three years.

Until a few months ago I was convinced my next-door neighbour, James, was, in fact, called Daniel.

I know that a girl I was with in sixth-form has a baby boy. And I've caught a glimpse of the inside of her house. I have even seen my university hall neighbour Jill's holiday snaps.

I haven't spoken to her in ten years, but I a holiday this year. ' asked my partner Bob back in the summer, after we hadn't heard a peep from next door for a couple of days. If I told you that I lived in an anonymous tower block in London, my lack of knowledge about my neighbours might be understandable. But if next- door was burgled, we probably wouldn't notice.

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