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The UK lags behind many other nations when it comes to city mayors being a standard and celebrated part of political life.
The skills gap between cities is growing. Greater local policy experimentation and evaluation will be crucial to closing it.
Little has been decentralised within England, except to London. It's time to be more ambitious and offer fiscal powers to cities.
Today's publication of GCSE data highlights the persistent disparities in educational outcomes between cities.
Urban constituencies carry huge political significance for all three major parties. They are also key to the big election debates on the economy and the public finances.
The latest data from Outlook 2015 gives us a chance find out what has changed in housing markets across the country over the last 10 years.
Analysis of the latest employment data using our new data tool.
Our Cities Outlook report has encouraged plenty of debate among policymakers, commentators and the public. Here is a run down of some of the highlights from the week.
Our Outlook roundtable with decision-makers was addressed by Bruce Katz, author of the Metropolitan Revolution, who advised: 'don't be a cheap date' when demanding greater powers for cities.
Devolving additional fiscal powers to London could make a big difference in delivering the housing, transport and skills investment it needs to continue to thrive.