Shrinking budgets and limited flexibility leave local authorities with much to do but few resources to do it.
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Almost a billion people around the world will watch the Olympic opening ceremony in East London tonight. 80,000 will be watching it inside the stadium (some of them having only gained their...
The latest GDP figures show that it's time for the Government to invest in cities.
This report sets out key trends in local government funding and finance
New census data shows the spread of dependants across our cities.
Manchester and Leeds have shown similar growth rates in the last ten years, but in different patterns.
New statistics show a decrease in hours worked driven by full time employment.
Today’s labour market statistics offer some good news, but the relative improvement in the labour market, despite very weak economic growth figures, continues to be somewhat of a puzzle.
Our past can teach us essential lessons in making future policy more effective.
The story of Birmingham in the 20th century provides a lesson for current and future policy.