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  1. Articles: Europe
    If you move to the UK to work and live you may find that your new neighbours are more friendly and trust you more in rural areas with London having the least amount of trust. A new study from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) has found that country folk are more likely to think that...
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    People moving to the UK often gravitate towards London and other big cities but it seems that South Oxfordshire is the place to live having just been voted as the top rural area in the country. People living in the area, which is not far from London, rate themselves as happy and content with a...
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    Expats moving to the UK are not always attracted by the bright lights of London and now research suggests that the best quality of life can actually be found in South Oxfordshire. Improvements in the levels of wellbeing in the area means that it has topped the 2016 rural area quality of life...
  4. Articles: Americas
    More American expats than ever are attracted to living and working in France and they prefer Paris and the surrounding area than any other part of the country. The latest data from the French national statistics agency INSEE shows that there are around 34,000 expats from the United States...
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    Provinces and territories in Canada are on track this year to welcome a record number of immigrants selected under their own nominee programmes. In a speech to the Vancouver Board of Trade, Jason Kenney, Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism, discussed the rapid growth in...
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