To pass the Nissan test, policies will have to address the reasons for why knowledge-intensive activities do not locate in the parts of the country the policies are attempting to target.
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Valentine Quinio looks at early results of Germany's popular €9-a-month public transport scheme and explores what lessons it offers for the UK.
Paul Swinney reflects on Liz Truss’s first speech as PM, outlining how levelling up can play into her pro-growth goals and how she can use the agenda to the UK's advantage.
A new report from the Resolution Foundation and Centre for Cities finds that if the national economy is to escape stagnation by 2030, the current system of subnational government will need to change.
The mismatched geography of the new East Midlands devolution deal will make the new mayor's job much harder.
The number of passengers flying in and out of London has caught up with other international cities despite recent problems at UK airports, but a full Covid recovery is still to arrive.
Chief Executive Andrew Carter on what the next prime minister must prioritise to successfully level up the country.
The geography of the cost of living crisis persists, with cities and large towns in the North most impacted by soaring costs.
The fifth and final blog in Centre for Cities' TfL series draws inspiration from New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
While it seems levelling up has lost momentum, devolution is the one part of the agenda that continues. Here’s what other areas can learn from today’s York and North Yorkshire announcement.