Housing is connected to how people voted in the referendum. Any politician who wants to address our Brexit divides will need to end the housing shortages in our growing cities
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The next prime minister needs to have a government programme that improves the lives of people in cities
Policymakers are under pressure to deliver a Brexit deal that protects particular export industries such as automobiles, financial services, and pharmaceuticals
For Britain’s cities, Commonwealth trade is not a substitute for access to the EU market
Increased post-Brexit access to global markets is unlikely to compensate cities for their loss of access to the EU single market
As Britain prepares to leave the EU, our new trade report finds that services make up the majority of all city exports and examines how a goods-only customs arrangement might affect jobs and prosperity
A central recommendation of today’s House of Lords report is to introduce museums and cultural industries to struggling seaside communities. But this will do little to improve the day-to-day lives of existing residents.
While arguments rage about how the Stronger Towns Fund came about and the size of it, the more fundamental question is what should it be spent on?
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.
The best way to create resilient town and city centres with a strong demand for local services is to encourage broader jobs growth