Education to blame for success ranking

5th November 2010 at 00:00

A poor education system has knocked the UK out of the top ten in the list of the world's most successful countries. The Prosperity Index by the Legatum Institute surveyed the economies and well-being of 110 countries, with poor scores in education and health pushing the UK into 13th place.

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