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Local leaders should focus on getting Sheffield’s deal over the line for next year, or risk missing out on devolution altogether.
Big US cities did not vote for Trump. But unlike the UK, they are relatively insulated from decisions made at the centre.
Sadiq Khan has scored some “quick wins”, but tackling the capital’s housing crisis remains his biggest challenge.
Greater competition between the two city-regions would be good for the economy, and for the future of devolution.
New English mayors have the advantage of a large mandate, but they won't have the fiscal freedoms of French Metropoles.
New metro mayors will have less executive power than the Mayor of London. Getting things done will mean taking action outside their formal remit.
Three reflections from our events discussing priorities for the new city region mayors.
As national politics undergoes a series of changes, the new mayor of London is getting on with the job. But how is he doing?
Adults polled across the Liverpool city region think that housing and major infrastructure developments should be a priority.
Public awareness of new mayors is surprisingly high given that the campaigns haven't begun in earnest.