Which is the UK's most unaffordable city? (Hint: It's not London)

You must be pretty bored hearing people banging on about how living in London digs a bottomless hole in your pocket.

Turns out, it is not the most unaffordable city in the UK.

According to a study by the Centre for Cities and The Guardian, which ranks cities on average salaries, Oxford is the most unaffordable city in the UK.

Here’s the full list:

1. Oxford - The average house costs 14.9 times the city’s average salary.

2. London - The average house costs 13.9 times the city’s average salary.

3. Cambridge - The average house costs 12.7 times the city’s average salary.

4. Brighton - The average houses costs 10.9 times the town’s average salary.

5. Bournemouth - The average house costs 10.6 times the city’s average salary.

6. Crawley - The average house costs 10.1 times the town’s average salary.

7. Aldershot - The average house costs 9.5 times the town’s average salary.

8. Reading - The average house costs 9 times the town’s average salary.

9. Bristol - The average house costs 8.7 times the city’s average salary.

10. Worthing - The average houses costs 8.6 times the town’s average salary.

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