Cambridge is a city with a global reputation, thanks to its world-leading university that has seen the likes of William Wordsworth, Oliver Cromwell, Christopher Marlowe

BREXIT. Will a ‘yes’ vote stifle the number of professionals relocating to the UK? Will it curtail the number of rental properties coming on to the market? Perhaps it will open the door to a new influx of international employees on the move?

Edinburgh’s cultural riches, royal connections, festival scene and world-class universities make the city a premier destination among a wide variety of people. In fact, Edinburgh was voted as the fourth most beautiful city in the world in a 2015 poll of Rough Guide readers, and the

Newcastle is the North East’s tour de force, with a thriving economy, successful regeneration projects and a lively cultural scene. In fact, the city’s economy contributes around £13 billion to the UK’s gross value added.

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