Research Intern Andrei Savitski analyses the most recent claimant count data and sets out what now must happen to ensure a swift bounce back of the economy
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A summary of observations from our second Future Of Cities event, which probed whether Covid-19 has changed demand for city living
Reflections from the first of our 'Future of Cities' events, in partnership with L&G
There were still 1.1 million people on furlough in September, and almost one third of them were in London, Birmingham and Manchester.
A collection of views from urban leaders across the country in advance of the Levelling Up White Paper.
While the decision to extend London’s Ultra-Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) may be politically difficult, it is both timely and necessary.
While an increase in the National Living Wage would help people in economically weaker places, it will not address the structural problems they face which cause low wages in the first place
Despite recent labour market improvements, aviation-reliant towns and some of the largest cities are in a fragile position
Slough, Hull and Blackpool likely to be hardest hit by benefit cuts and cost of living increases.
Restrictions on international travel have been a boon for Blackpool and Bournemouth.