Monday, August 16, 2010

A Tale of Two Nations

North-South dividing line slips southwards as recession widens economic gap

The traditional North/ South divide is creeping further south as the impact of the recession widens the economic gap in Britain, an academic claims. Analysis of average incomes, house prices, life expectancy and levels of education shows that the gap between the two regions has grown wider in the recession.

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One thought on “A Tale of Two Nations

  • Cheltenham, Evesham, Great Malvern, Worcester, Stratford on Avon didn’t appear very northern when I was there earlier this year, they certainly don’t resemble Halifax, Huddersfield, Dewsbury and Batley.

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