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Business support: more is not always better

Dmitry Sivaev

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.

Blog Post 16 May 2013
Never mind the Queen’s speech

Ben Harrison

Further progress on local economic growth now depends upon battles being waged in Whitehall and in town halls across the country

Blog Post 8 May 2013
Blast from the past: Access all areas

Dmitry Sivaev

The current transport debate is all about large scale signature projects: High Speed 2, Crossrail, London airport capacity.

Blog Post 25 Apr 2013
London 2030: challenges for employment in London

Tom Bolton

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.

Blog Post 24 Apr 2013
What does the Benefit Cap mean for cities?

Ben Harrison

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.

Blog Post 18 Apr 2013