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PPI Claims: UK has 'lowest standard of living in Europe'

PPI Claims could help offset the 'worst standard of living' in Europe.

New research from has shown that despite Brits enjoying the fourth highest average income it is officially the worst place to live.

The quality of life index measured factors such as VAT, average working hours, retirement age and educational spending. The UK finished bottom below countries such as Poland – where the average household income is £8,759 - while France was found to have the highest quality of life.

People in the UK are living to work, according to Ann Robinson, the director of consumer policy at

"When coupled with many of the issues facing households in the UK today it's not surprising that one in ten of us (12 per cent) have contemplated starting a new life abroad," she added.

The Bank of England expects inflation in the UK to rise over the next few months, possibly to five per cent.

Amir Hussain

Amir specialises in personal loans, consumer debt and debt management.ADNFCR-2776-ID-800744167-ADNFCR

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