Andrew writes for Conservative Home on how urban funding pressures are not just bad news for public services, but also bad news for the British economy.
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City TalksCity Talks: Mapping the geography of anti-EU sentiment
What does anti-EU sentiment look like across the 28 member countries, and how might this be addressed?
Despite the continued strength of cities in the Greater South East, some of them have seen their populations fall
2019 looks set to be a momentous year for the UK – Andrew Carter examines the biggest issues facing urban policy makers over the next twelve months.
The long-awaited government white paper on immigration offered some respite for cities which rely on high skilled European workers - but it wasn't all good news, especially for the lower-skilled.
A round-up of the key themes from our recent City Talks podcast on the impact of Brexit on the UK’s cities.
The Chancellor’s Budget had something for everyone, but its overriding message for cities was ‘see what 2019 brings’
While National Government is preoccupied with Brexit, the Chancellor should seize the opportunity to help cities prepare for the future
At both party conferences mayors were optimistic about the future, but frustrated at slow progress on the urban agenda at the national level
The Government’s plans could lead to both low-skilled and high-skilled labour shortages in UK cities