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Cheerio! Not So Much

The U.K. is the second-most miserable country in the world, according to a new report. Other English-speaking countries didn’t do much better.

In fact, out of 71 countries surveyed, the U.K., Ireland, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa were all in the bottom quartile of mental wellbeing. The United States scored okay, ranked 29th out of 71.

Uzbekistan scored the lowest on the list but they were added for the first time this year. Could it be that researchers had to find some other miserable place so that the U.K. would not be dead last? The U.K. even scores lower than Ukraine and Syria, two places ravaged by war! Bloody hell!

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