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Birmingham continues to deal with the decline of manufacturing, but the strong performance of its city centre suggests it may be turning a corner
The nature of private sector job growth in Brighton and Wakefield is radically different
Many UK cities would prefer more action on the green economy
There are reasons to be a little bit more optimistic about what the Games could mean for East London
Findings from the OECD’s first international Survey of Adult Skills reveal that young people in England and Northern Ireland fall significantly behind many of their peers in other countries on literacy and numeracy.
A key element of the debate around the High Street is about supporting independent shops. But the ‘them v us’ mentality that appears to underpin this argument isn’t helpful - independent shops are governed by exactly the same principles that chain High Street retailers are subject to.
Manchester's Conservative party conference was a "steady-as-she-goes" event, focused on demonstrating economic competence, the merits of sticking to Plan A and the dangers of voting for Labour.
The Conservative Party conference is well under way in Manchester today and the economic recovery agenda at the heart of the current political debate Manchester is an appropriate place to host these conversations.
The sun certainly shone on Labour's conference in Brighton - the weather was beautiful and the beach cafes packed full of suited delegates. But will the good weather last for Labour?
Beyond the High Streets: Policy has been very active in attempting to guide development in our cities.