Andrew Carter writes for Times Red Box on the potential for urban gains by the Conservatives in this election
Urban issues won’t drive this election campaign – Brexit and the suitability of Jeremy Corbyn have dominated so far and national issues will fill the manifestos. But how the parties fare in our major urban areas will have a big impact on who wins and by how much. And once MPs are sitting back in parliament, the constituency they represent and how many of their parliamentary colleagues represent big city seats will affect how they and their party approach urban policies in government.
Read the full article in The Times Red Box