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The football team at University of Georgia (my alma mater) has a mantra: finish the drill. It means that, no matter how hard you have worked and how far you have come, what matters the most is reaching the goal.
Central London is bristling with cranes and the skyline is in the throes of manic reinvention.
Cities across the country – particularly the big cities – should take some time to take a look at the report published yesterday by the 17-strong London Finance Commission, chaired by Tony Travers (of which I was a member).
The new Centre for Cities policy briefing looks at state funded business support in the UK and reveals that current system needs simplification and re-structuring.
Further progress on local economic growth now depends upon battles being waged in Whitehall and in town halls across the country
Today’s local elections are as important for the future growth of our cities as they are for the 27 county councils and eight unitary counties up for re-election.
The current transport debate is all about large scale signature projects: High Speed 2, Crossrail, London airport capacity.
London is often referred to as the engine of the UK economy - the most dynamic regional economy in the UK, where most jobs are created, large numbers of domestic and international migrants come to work, and where most taxes are raised and redistributed to the rest of the country.
Last Wednesday the country said goodbye to its longest serving peacetime Prime Minister, and the most controversial figure in post-war UK politics.
What does a considered look at the evidence tell us about how UK cities experienced 1979-1990?