A study by mental health magazine Uncovered has revealed where people in the UK feel most depressed.

(The Welsh are most likely to be in a trough of despair.  In Yorkshire three-quarters of adults admit to severe anxiety over money troubles, and funnily enough the Scots are among those least likely to fret about being skint.  Londoners, Midlanders and people in the North East and Ulster are the most prone to secretly battling depression by boozing.

The East Midlands is the nation’s mental health mecca – with eight in ten inhabitants insisting it is a “happy” place to live.)