Smallest cities in the United Kingdom

According to the current Wikipedia entry, Truro is the eighth smallest city in the UK, after St Davids, and two in Norther Ireland plus the City of London which is a bit of an anomoly really, and Truro would also be the third smalles city in England after Ely and Ripon.

Smallest cities in the United Kingdom

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These are the chartered cities in the United Kingdom with a population of less than 100,000 at the most recent (2001) census. For the full list, see List of cities in the United Kingdom.

City Population Home Nation 1 St David’s and the Cathedral Close 1,797[1] Wales 2 City of London 7,185[2] England 3 Wells 10,406[3] England 4 Bangor 13,725[4] Wales 5 Armagh 14,590 Northern Ireland 6 Ely 15,102[5] England 7 Ripon 15,922[6] England 8 Truro 17,431[7] England 9 Chichester 23,731[8] England 10 Newry 27,433 Northern Ireland 11 Lichfield 27,900[9] England 12 Salisbury 39,726[10][11] England 13 Winchester 41,420[12] England 14 Canterbury 43,432 England 15 Stirling 45,115 Scotland 16 Hereford 50,154[13] England 18 Inverness 71,000 Scotland 19 Lisburn 71,465 Northern Ireland 20 Carlisle 71,465 England 21 Chester 77,040[14] England 22 Derry 83,652 Northern Ireland 23 Bath 83,992[15] England 24 Lincoln 85,595[16] England 25 Durham 87,709[17] England 26 Worcester 93,353[18] England