Majority of Britons settling in France are over-55s, study finds

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A study on migration patterns by the UK Office for National Statistics has found that a majority of the 148,800 Britons it estimates now live in France are aged above 55 and have settled in rural regions, while most of the reported 154,800 French citizens living in the UK are aged 44 or less.

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Around 150,000 British people now live in France, with the south-west of the country, including the Dordogne, the most popular place to relocate, reports The Guardian.