Monopoly launches UK-wide edition
The swanky streets of Mayfair have been replaced by the cathedral city of St Albans as the nation's top real estate in a new UK-wide version of Monopoly.
Cities and towns across Britain take the place of London street names on the world's most popular board game after a vote by more than one million people.
Leeds and Liverpool replace the cheap streets, Whitechapel and Old Kent Road, while posh Park Lane becomes Exeter.
A city's position on the board was set by the number of votes it received.