The population of most UK cities is getting older, which will put further pressure on stretched local authority budgets
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Election 2017General Election 2017 Issue 8: Social Care
Social care requirements are not the same across the country
We need a return to the bottom-up, bespoke deals developed by Greg Clark as Cities Minister.
Bournemouth has a growing market in digital and creative jobs and the council’s property is supporting economic development strategy to target so-called ‘Silicon South’ through its asset...
Where do people live and work in England and Wales?
A snapshot of taxes raised and spent in Dorset LEP.
Our letter to the Chancellor suggests three ways to support those cities with the greatest capacity to drive economic growth in the short-term.
Real earnings remain well below pre-crisis levels in the majority of urban Britain, but there are significant differences between cities.
The youth labour market is improving, but long-term youth unemployment remains a concern in some cities.
Can you name the largest city in England? London, of course. The next largest? A little harder, but Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, Newcastle, Sheffield, Bristol, and Nottingham slip fairly easily off the tongue...