The UK has a very obvious north and south divide. North of the divide is generally poorer, whereas the south is richer.
Where do you think this divide is in the UK?
Personally, I think it is just South of Birmingham because places like Stratford, Worcester and Rugby aren't typical Northern towns.
But I don't think the divide is a straight line because I wouldn't say Lincolnshire is a Northern county at all, even though it is further north than Birmingham.
What defines the North of the UK? watch
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Last edited by CreamyChocolate; 17-02-2016 at 20:32.
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where the accent and dialect gets to the point that you can't understand what someone's saying, that's when you know it's the North
- 17-02-2016 20:34
From Yorkshire btw
- 17-02-2016 20:35
The north of the UK is Scotland.
The north of England roughly starts from north of Stoke & Sheffield I would say.
places like Stratford, Worcester and Rugby aren't typical Northern towns.