With this set of local elections testing Labour’s ability to win back seats in towns and cities in the Red Wall and beyond, we’ve picked out some of the key urban contests to have on your radar as voters head to the polls on 4 May.
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Labour’s new report is asking the right questions, but it needs a few more pieces to reach a complete solution to the puzzle.
What does the future look like for the net zero agenda under the Conservative government?
Partnership and Policy Manager Jovana Lalic shares her observations from the Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham.
Partnership and Policy Manager Jovana Lalic shares her observations from Labour's Party Conference in Liverpool.
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.
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.
Chief Executive Andrew Carter on what the next prime minister must prioritise to successfully level up the country.
While both candidates have committed to continuing with levelling up, the detail (or lack thereof) under this pledge is worrying.
There’s an opportunity for an electoral win if Labour has a positive vision for levelling up, which makes its silence all the more surprising