UK cities among the world’s most liveable according to Economist Intelligence Unit’s latest liveability survey

UK cities among the world’s most liveable according to Economist Intelligence Unit’s latest liveability survey

The latest Economist Intelligence Unit global liveability survey places London (51st) and Manchester (46th) in the top tier of places to live, although their positions in the global ranking reflects the challenges faced by many large urban centres. Vancouver remains top of the league table, benefiting from strong Canadian infrastructure and Harare sits at the bottom thanks to the unfolding crisis in Zimbabwe.

The prospect of violence, whether through domestic protests, civil war or the threat of foreign incursion, plays a significant role in the poorest-performing cities.

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