Death data from the Office for National Statistics has been compiled into clickable map form by the Guardian, painting a rather grim picture of how people across London have died. And as you might expect, poor people die harder.
The stats show sad truths like men in Tower Hamlets are more than twice as likely to die from chronic respiratory diseases than their richer distant neighbours in Brent, with similar hotspots linking higher numbers of death from dementia, heart disease and other grim causes with the more deprived city boroughs.
See if you can work out how you're most likely to pop over at the Guardian. [Guardian]