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Parties need to consider more carefully the geography of foreign investment and jobs in the UK.
School performance varies enormously between cities, threatening to reinforce patterns of economic disadvantage.
In the run up to the 2015 general election, we'll be exploring the fundamental issues for cities that all the parties need to address in their campaigns, and how they play out across the country.
Birmingham has struggled to deal with its industrial hangover, but it is gradually adjusting to the 21st century economy.
Andrew Carter writes in The MJ about why fiscal devolution to cities is the way to achieve the widespread recovery George Osborne seeks as his legacy.
The main Parties' proposals on welfare ahead of the Election do not reflect the varying costs of living in different cities.
Immigration policy should support, rather than restrict, the growth of UK cities.
Solving the housing crisis will require government to re-enter the market as funders or even house-builders.
Paul Swinney argues in Placemaking Resource that we need to move away from short-term fixes to long-term investments in our seaside town and cities