Partnership and Policy Manager Jovana Lalic shares her observations from Labour's Party Conference in Liverpool.
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At this event we discussed what policymakers at the national, regional and local levels should focus on to ensure growth in cities can flourish and maximise the UK's economic potential.
Hosted in partnership with Policy@Manchester, this event explored the impact of health inequalities and wellbeing on employment.
Investment zones will need to help struggling places offer something different to businesses, rather than doubling down on what they already have, if they are to improve their fortunes.
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.
Part three of our levelling up event series, this time focussing on what's next for levelling up under Prime Minister Truss.
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.
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.
High streets expert Valentine Quinio draws on examples of high streets that are performing well to paint a picture of what a sustainable, long-term future could look like.