A snapshot of taxes raised and spent in Greater Cambridge and Greater Peterborough LEP.
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Youth unemployment is a bigger issue for UK cities than would at first appear.
Election 2015Which other cities could join London and Manchester in the top devolution division?
A Conservative-led Government may only have the political capital to strike one other agreement on the scale of 'Devo Manc'.
Election 2015What the General Election manifestos say on housing
None of the parties present a realistic plan to build the homes the most unaffordable cities need.
Election 2015Why are politicians so reluctant to talk about borrowing to invest?
Focusing on the deficit without addressing the country's ability to grow its economy is a mistake.
A Century of CitiesHow NIMBYism costs those who block development
Cities with new industries, like Oxford and Cambridge, have not expanded as much as they could have.
Election 2015Britain’s benefits burden is not a level playing field
The main Parties' proposals on welfare ahead of the Election do not reflect the varying costs of living in different cities.
Election 2015Parties’ housing policies miss the mark
Solving the housing crisis will require government to re-enter the market as funders or even house-builders.
Our letter to the Chancellor suggests three ways to support those cities with the greatest capacity to drive economic growth in the short-term.
Reflections on two new books by the OECD on cities, which we launched at a roundtable event in London last week.