For the first time in more than 100 years, British living standards have risen above those of Americans, a report has declared.
Increasing incomes, longer holidays and "free" healthcare have all contributed to making Britons better off than our friends across the Atlantic, according to the respected Oxford Economics consultancy.
The feel-rich factor is calculated using the gross domestic product (GDP) per citizen - an indicator of average incomes - which in Britain will be £23,500 this year, compared with £23,250 in America,
Monday, January 07, 2008
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I am glad for my friends in the UK but not so glad for us.