New study shows Londoners are most likely to feel alone

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New study shows Londoners are most likely to feel alone

A new study suggests Londoners are the most likely in the UK to feel alone - with close to a third saying they often felt lonely.

That's according to the Annual State of the Nation report from Rotary International.

The support network says it's research shows younger people are increasingly affected.

Rotary's General Secretary Amanda Watkin spoke to Tanya Francis, along with 14-year-old Adreen Fernando, who has some experience with this issue.

 

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