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Cambridge politicians need to address the costs of the city's success – chiefly congestion and the shortage of housing
Creating inclusive growth in cities must involve supporting knowledge-intensive firms to start up and succeed.
Stiglitz's latest book looks at national policies to reduce inequality. The role of cities in widening opportunity is just as important.
Skill shortages and mismatch are an issue right across the UK.
We need a return to the bottom-up, bespoke deals developed by Greg Clark as Cities Minister.
'Fast Growth Cities' don't necessarily need a mayor-led devolution deal, but they do need flexibility on planning and skills.
What role do Cambridge, Oxford, Milton Keynes, Swindon and Norwich play in the UK economy?
The Chancellor should prioritise fiscal devolution and housebuilding in next Wednesday's Budget Statement.
Mapping public assets is a vital first step in enabling conversations about the best use of land in cities.