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Mayors must be more than the 'price areas have to pay' for devolution.
The amendments, politics and implications of the Cities Bill as it passes its third reading in the Commons.
To dismiss the Government’s devolution agenda simply as a “deception” is to opt out of a debate at the very time that real change is finally possible.
Labour is in danger of conflating the measures in the Cities Bill with the Government's broader fiscal policy.
Despite Labour's ambivalence, the Government is in a strong position to get the Cities Bill through the Commons.
The Labour leadership should support its local leaders in cities to get better deals for their place from the Government.
If we are to see greater devolution from Whitehall to cities in the years ahead, quality will be more important than quantity.
The upcoming negotiations present the best opportunity for cities to secure devolution.
Agreeing strong city-region governance will allow cities to gain more power now and push the Government to go further
Last week the Government confirmed that UK cities keen to secure big devolution deals have until the 4th September to submit their proposals. Negotiations will therefore intensify throughout...