In most cities and large towns, applications for the EU Settlement Scheme far outnumber population estimates.
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Changes in the immigration system will mostly affect cities in the Greater South East.
‘Activating’ the economically inactive should be top of the Government agenda, but it should be realistic about whether it can fill the gaps the new immigration system will create.
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In our July 2019 City Horizons event, speakers discussed their new book, 'Britain Beyond Brexit'
Manchester attracts graduates despite a low average starting salary and the pull of London
Over half of the graduates from Manchester’s universities stay in the city after graduation – drawn by its attractive job market and social attractions
Glasgow plays a critical role in Scottish higher education, but links to the rest of the UK are weak
Despite the continued strength of cities in the Greater South East, some of them have seen their populations fall
A round-up of the key themes from our recent City Talks podcast on the impact of Brexit on the UK’s cities.
The long-awaited government white paper on immigration offered some respite for cities which rely on high skilled European workers - but it wasn't all good news, especially for the lower-skilled.