Andrew talks to Professor Tony Travers, LSE, on the surprising general election results.
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Raise standards of living by tackling poor productivity, improve skills where they're needed most, and build houses in the priciest places are our three asks for the next government
Cities Outlook 2017Is focusing on inequality the best way to tackle poverty in UK cities?
The most equal UK cities are also among the poorest – suggesting that boosting economic growth is more important in alleviating poverty than tackling inequality
Cities Outlook 2017Which UK and US cities will be most affected by May and Trump’s economic policies?
The potential implications of Trump’s ‘America First’ policies and May’s vision of a ‘Global Britain’ underline the importance of place-based policy approaches
Cities Outlook 2017Cities Outlook 2017: Why high exports don’t guarantee economic success
To boost productivity and growth, the type of exports cities sell matter as much as the volume
Cities Outlook 2017Cities Outlook 2017: How British cities trade with the world
The tenth edition Outlook examines the industrial and geographical make-up of UK city exports