Tuesday, 6 May 2014

The Poor Relations

People living in the Welsh Valleys and Cornwall - Britain’s two poorest areas - scrape by on less than £14,300 a year on average. Meanwhile London is doing very well for itself.

Here are the top 10 European richest cities:

Central London (321% of EU average)
Luxembourg (266%)
Brussels, Belgium (222%)
Hamburg, Germany (202%)
Oslo, Norway (189%)
Bratislava, Slovakia (186%)
Île de France, France (182%)
Groningen, Holland (182%)
Stockholm, Sweden (173%)
Prague, Czech Republic (171%)

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