Every man for him/her self then!!
There is something about the British psyche, where by they feel no need to prepare for anything in life other than the 'now'. Put it down to the British simply just being miserable fookers, who only look out for themselves and are not as family orientated as other countries, whereby the idea of a close family unit is not that bigger deal to them. You only have to look at neighbours who live next door, to understand that the typical reserved Brit really could not care less about anyone other than himself. Unity in the UK died after WWII and with it saw the breakdown in social interaction, as class distinction became a wider gap with more people jumping on the capitalist tread mill, which demanded no time for family and caring about those close by.
British people have mostly lost the will to live in a country that was once a unified country and this is exemplified everyday when saying 'good morning' to a stranger gets frowned upon. Of course this is not Britain throughout and there are examples of unity the further North of England you go & into Scotland and also in some British ethnic groups, all of which still hold family traditions. But getting a clear answer out of an Englishman is a tiresome and endless task and one in which you would do better getting a straight answer out of your dog.
I have to give credit to the Americans here where it’s due, they still hold many family values which have long since disappeared in Britain. Forming a community and talking about survival on this forum with fellow Brits, makes constipation appear like a runny stool. You’d be far better off imo, investing in a US survival setup, where they take survival seriously - for any Brits here who are not so reserved that their only concern is extroverted pretentious snobbery.