Chuggers armed with buckets are as common a feature of London’s streets as black cabs and red buses. These platoons of enthusiastic youths strategically deployed on London’s busy streets are another obstacle to overcome as you go about your daily business. Each attempt to prick your conscience and help you become a better person – the sick, the poor the homeless, the environment – it doesn’t stop. But who are the people shaking the buckets and how committed to the cause are they? And what happens to all of that cash?