Rachel Smith provides an overview of Network Rail's latest Business Plan and what it might mean for city economies.
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A city’s economic past has a profound influence on its future. Current economic differences across the UK can be traced back not just decades but a century or more.
Coventry, Bradford, Manchester and Nottingham have all voted no.
By working together on issues such as housing and transport, local authorities and businesses can achieve better economic outcomes.
Innovation is a key driver of economic growth, but the emergence of innovation as a specialist policy area has also generated risks around policy prioritisation and problems on organisational fragmentation and policy coordination.