If you are thinking of relocating then you might be interested to know that Australia is the happiest country to live in. It ranked number one on an international league table of happiness. Sweden was number two, followed by Canada, Norway, Switzerland, United States, Denmark, the Netherlands, Iceland and at number 10 the UK. Countries were ranked on 11 categories including income, jobs, housing and health. Britain scored well on income levels, high employment, low crime and community spirit but scored badly on overcrowding and a system which favours the rich over the poor. I guess one consolation is that France didn’t make the top ten coming 18th.