How subsequent National Living Wage increases could act as a catalyst for job displacement due to automation
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Many people enjoy both living and working in city centres around the country, but there won’t always be space for both.
£100,000 gets you a whole house in Burnley but barely a bedroom in Central London, but what does this really tell us about these places?
Our national obsession with complaining about train fares means that the importance of buses to cities is overlooked.
Ahead of the election of the first Sheffield City Region metro mayor, this briefing sets out what they should prioritise.
The Government needs to give cities and businesses more flexibility over apprenticeships to improve take-up and efficiency in the system.
Gabriele Piazza rounds up the key themes from our recent round table event on Birmingham’s skills challenges
Low interest rates have no doubt pushed up house prices, but the root of the housing crisis in our most successful cities is supply
Increased automation and globalisation will pose big challenges to all cities – but those with mayors are better placed to act
Without fundamental reform of local government finance, more cities will face a funding crisis in the coming years