Relying on competitive grants is wasting local government resources and undermining policy.
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Dame Meg Hillier MP joined us to discuss the work of the Public Accounts Committee and the role of evidence in policy and funding decisions.
A plan focused on deregulation alone is very unlikely to deliver the growth the UK desperately needs.
The geography of the cost of living crisis persists, with cities and large towns in the North most impacted by soaring costs.
This report sets out what the cost of living crisis is, what is driving it, and how the squeeze on disposable incomes is likely to be felt across the UK’s cities and largest towns.
City MinutesCity Minutes: How the cost of living crisis is playing out across the UK
Andrew Carter is joined by Valentine Quinio and Guilherme Rodrigues to unpack the findings of their latest report looking at the UK’s cost of living crisis.
There is a clear North-South divide in the current cost of living crisis. This is partially explained by lower income levels outside the South of England but there are also local factors driving this.
City TalksCity Talks: Fixing the intangible economy
In this episode of City Talks, Host Andrew Carter is joined by Chief Executive of the Royal Statistical Society, Stian Westlake, to discuss his new book on the intangible economy
The first blog in Centre for Cities' TfL series looks at how the pandemic has affected London’s transport network, and why TfL should move away from a fare-driven funding model.
The cities more likely to receive payments to deal with the cost of living crisis tend to be poorer and have higher energy needs