The results of the Prime Minister David Cameron's so-called happiness index has been revealed.
He launched it a couple of years ago to find out the well-being of the nation. His advisors tell us the average person in Britain rates their life satisfaction as 7.4 out of 10.
It shows that having a job and owning your own home are key to a happy life. We asked people in Gretna what made them happy and how they would rate their happiness out of ten.
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