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Figures reveal huge inequalities in health and longevity across UK

ONS report shows disparities largest in England and smallest in Northern Ireland, while Scotland has the worst longevity Women in Richmond-upon-Thames in south-west London live 15 years longer in good or very good health than women in the east London borough of Tower Hamlets, according to figures that expose huge inequalities in health and longevity across the UK. Men in Wokingham, Berkshire, enjoy the longest healthy lives, with 14.
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