Latest research finds that people in large cities and towns in Northern England and Wales have the most household debt and will be hit hardest in the economic downturn.
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The political imperative for investing in the North and Midlands is clear from last month’s election. But the Government must work with economic realities if it is to deliver for the voters who delivered its majority.
As Centre for Cities prepares to launch Cities Outlook 2020 on Monday, I wanted to raise a final shout out for last year’s Cities Outlook, which focussed on the impact of austerity. As the...
Cuts have hit places with the most impoverished populations hardest. How might already stretched councils apply evidence-based policy to fix the wicked problems that some of their residents are facing.
Join us for our fringe debate at Labour Conference.
The next prime minister needs to have a government programme that improves the lives of people in cities
Catch up with our event in Liverpool discussing what the end of austerity means for the city
Catch up with our event in Derby discussing what the end of austerity means for the city
Catch up with our event discussing what the end of austerity could mean for Doncaster
The Fair Funding Review proposes that local government grants are given on the basis of population size, rather than need. Is this the fairest way, or is there more to how local authorities should be funded?