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The next Government should prioritise urban transport improvements and give cities the power to deliver them.
The nature of self-employment varies starkly across the country; ensuring that legislation adequately supports self-employed people will be particularly important in places with weaker labour markets.
Not all high streets are struggling — those that are thriving are doing so because they function well as places of work. For this reason, policies to address the decline of high streets must also address the underlying economic causes if they are to be success.
If politicians want to solve the housing crisis, they need to target housebuilding in the most expensive cities, argues Anthony Breach.
Two big domestic issues that the next government will be pressed to address are the UK economy’s poor productivity performance and the north-south divide. Paul Swinney argues that these challenges are one of the same.
Elena Magrini calls for a cross-party, long-term commitment to adult education and lifelong learning to reengage ‘left behind’ people and places.
The whole country will suffer if the freedoms of England's devolved mayors are limited, warns Chief Executive Andrew Carter.
There could be over 3 million ‘missing workers’ in the UK – helping them into the labour market is important for their well-being and for productivity.
London’s vibrant labour market and large consumer base make the capital a popular location for self-employment. This blog explains why, and reveals the industries that are dominating.
The challenges of left-behind places go well beyond the lack of economic opportunities — the solutions must too.