How common is the glottal t pronunciation in British English compared to the /t/ sound?

I've heard both of them, but I'm not sure what frequency they represent. Does one of them represent more formal English or it isn't about formality but about dialect?

  • Glottal stopping is dialect/regional/low register. – Michael Harvey Jun 21 '20 at 21:40

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