The candidates have prepared proposals and new ideas for their cities. Anthony Breach sets out what they mean for cities and urban politics more generally.
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People up and down the country have one clear message for Government: Give us the powers and resources to make the right decisions for our areas.
Events of the past year mean the 2021 mayoral elections will be dominated by what voters think and feel about the places where they live.
Metro mayors have already changed the English constitution, but they need to do more than just win elections to be able to speak on behalf of the public.
Jonn Elledge reflects on the findings of Centre for Cities' new polling to gauge current public perceptions on metro mayors and devolution.
There is overwhelming public support for devolution to many of England’s largest cities according to Centre for Cities’ polling by Savanta ComRes ahead of the metro mayor elections in May 2021.
Writing for UK in a Changing Europe, Andrew Carter argues that a post-Brexit England should shift power down to directly elected mayors.
To maximise any wider impact that moving government departments north might have, these jobs should be put in a city centre.
Our recent paper 'Levelling up Local Government in England' sparked much debate. Here’s a round-up and response to the main themes.
This report sets out how the Government should use the devolution white paper to reorganise and simplify local government to level up the country.