Britain’s largest cities are punching well below their weight

Alexandra Jones writes in the Guardian on Cities Outlook 2014 and Britain's largest cities

Press release published on 27 January 2014

Wales has it. Scotland is likely to get a great deal more of it. And even London has some of it. So how can other English cities get more power over their economies?

Devolution is likely to dominate UK politics in 2014. Wales has already been given a number of policy powers, such as greater control over tax and borrowing. Even if the answer to the Scottish independence referendum is no, it is likely to receive a number of policy freedoms by way of compensation.

Read the full article, and see the data visualisations on the Guardian’s Professional Network Blog