Aylesbury’s MP has reacted to the news that the town has been named one of the worst places to live in the country.

The town was named the 18th worst place to live in England out of a list of 50, in a new poll which was conducted by the satirical website 'I Live Here,' after a 'record-breaking' 125,681 people voted.

Many contributors on the site criticised the area with one user calling it an ‘'eyesore, concrete jungle'.

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However, Rob Butler MP dismissed the news.

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He said: “Like most MPs, I always express a healthy scepticism for opinion polls, and a quick look at the website shows you this one is far from being a scientific survey.

"It’s an absolute honour for me to represent Aylesbury: the people of the town know the truth, which is that Aylesbury is a great place to live, work, visit and invest – their views are the ones that matter to me.”

Also on the list were Didcot in Oxfordshire, Slough and Reading respectively from neighbouring Berkshire, and Luton in Bedfordshire.

Here are the Top 50 worst places to live in England according to ILiveHere.co.uk.

1. Peterborough

2. Huddersfield

3. Liverpool

4. Bradford

5. Hull

6. Wakefield

7. Luton

8. Jaywick

9. Torquay

10. Halifax

11. Doncaster

12. Keighley

13. Castleford

14. Barnsley

15. Blackpool

16. Grimsby

17. Oldham

18. Aylesbury

19. Newton Abbot

20. Wigan

21. Swanley

22. Andover

23. Rochdale

24. Slough

25. Ipswich

26. Sunderland

27. Nottingham

28. Blackburn

29. Bolton

30. Aldershot

31. Middlesbrough

32. Croydon

33. Boscombe

34. Rotherham

35. Accrington

36. Stoke-on-Trent

37. Leicester

38. Burnley

39. Reading

40. Southampton

41. York

42. Brandon

43. Barking & Dagenham

44. Didcot

45. Northampton

46. Walsall

47. Chichester

48. Wolverhampton

49. Boston

50. Sheffield

For more information, visit the www.ilivehere.co.uk website.