Alexandra Jones looks back on the big changes in cities policy during her time at Centre for Cities
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Alexandra Jones’ take on a budget in which UK cities were lower on the agenda than in recent years
Alexandra Jones offers five reflections on the Government’s industrial plans
Getting ready for mayorsA mayor for Yorkshire?
If city region devolution deals for Sheffield and Leeds aren't possible, a Yorkshire-wide deal is the next best option
Changing global politics, an industrial strategy, a continued mistrust of the elite, metro mayors and robots are all in store for 2017
Philip Hammond is right to focus on boosting productivity across the country, but he didn't address the low skill levels holding many cities back.
Against a background of global shifts and economic uncertainty, Alexandra Jones looks ahead to the big themes and questions for next week’s Autumn Statement
The scale of the capital’s economy should ensure it dominates Europe for years to come – but getting the right Brexit deal will be vital.
The Prime Minister’s speech was light on policy, but offered welcome commitmens on city-region devolution and skills.
Coming up with a plan to tackle the skills gaps that hold many places back should be a central part of Corbyn’s ‘new economics’