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Policy hasn't ignored the struggles of those cities that were more likely to vote to leave the EU, far from it. It simply hasn't had the desired impact.
A new wage floor will not address the root causes of low pay.
Policy needs to focus on fostering new industries in Middlesbrough city centre.
Birmingham and Manchester have not created enough knowledge jobs to relieve their industrial hangover, but they are well on their way.
Brighton and Blackpool offer an interesting comparison when looking at the fate of coastal cities over the last century.
Cities with new industries, like Oxford and Cambridge, have not expanded as much as they could have.
Former cotton towns have struggled to create jobs in new industries. They need to follow Manchester's lead.
Crawley and Peterborough have grown remarkably, but the two cities now face very different challenges
London hasn’t always been successful, but its ability to reinvent its economy holds lessons for other UK cities.
The second in a three part blog looking at the changing shape of manufacturing.