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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?
This week the Government finally began to roll out its much publicised cap on the total amount of benefits that working-age people can receive.
Congestion is, to some extent, a consequence of economic success but it would be foolish to ignore the crucial importance of public transport to a functioning London economy.
This first blog in our 'Blast from the Past' series looks back at how 2010 report 'Private Sector Cities' helped rebalance the debate about jobs growth across UK cities
“There is only one thing more painful than learning from experience and that is not learning from experience.”
Zach blogged last week on our new report Developing Interest, which looks at how the public sector can support future investment in our cities.
Running commentary from Andrew Carter as the 2013 Budget happened.