ONS report finds the majority of Britons moving across the channel are retired, with south-west most popular home from home

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.

A special report by the Office for National Statistics examining country by country migration patterns found that older Britons favoured the south and mid-west region, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, but younger working Britons were more commonly found in Paris and the Île-de-France region around the capital.

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