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Unemployed young people are much less likely to be long-term unemployed than those aged 25 or over.
The capital faces three big challenges to its future growth.
The fringe guides at this year’s Labour and Conservative Party Conferences featured a striking number of discussions on housing – underlining its currency in the political hallways and amongst those who seek to influence them.
Urban transport needs to work well beyond the HS2 station for the benefits of the investment to be realised.
Cities in the US have led the way in setting their own minimum wages.
Many of Ed Miliband's goals can only be achieved through enabling cities to play a much stronger role.
Devolution to city-regions can and should be done quickly.
There’s no denying the Scottish Referendum has well and truly given Government and Whitehall a wake-up call. With a 10 per cent margin of 55 to 45 percent, the loss of the 307 year old union was...
A round-up from the inaugural All Parliamentary Party Group on Smart Cities.
The latest data on city labour markets.