The new policies set out by the Conservatives are unlikely to help cities address the challenges they face, or to win over urban voters
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The party’s ambivalence on devolution is underlined by its myopia on metro mayors
How cities have used their City and Growth Deals to support local economic growth
How cities within the UK and abroad are making the most of their resources and assets to deliver growth and innovation.
How cities in the UK and beyond are making the most of their policymaking and fiscal powers
The economic rationale of devolution has been lost. The Government needs to recover it to make the best possible success of this agenda.
The Business Secretary’s speech shows there’s still thinking to be done on delivering a truly ‘place-based’ industrial strategy
Dropping business rates devolution now would be a backwards step by the Government
There is much cities can do to spur growth in their economies, with or without further devolution.
The paralysis in Parliament means that its time for cities to take the lead