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Through right to buy, help to buy, the stamp duty cut and starter homes the Chancellor has made it clear that getting people on the housing ladder is a central plank of Conservative policy. The...
Employment is at a record high, but the trend of long-term unemployment in some cities is worrying.
Combined authorities are viewed by Westminster politicians as the primary unit through which to deliver more devolution.
The second in a three part blog looking at the changing shape of manufacturing.
Liveblogging the Chancellor's Budget Statement and the implications for UK cities.
The effect of the national minimum wage varies across cities, but introducing city minimum wages should be approached with caution.
The first in a three part blog looking at the changing shape of manufacturing.
Mark Ferguson from LabourList and David Kirkby from Bright Blue suggest why the politics of cities are vital for Labour and the Conservatives.
To attract foreign investment, cities need to increase the stock of knowledge in their economies.
How and why have city economies changed over the last 100 years?