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There are signs Labour is shifting its position in order to re-establish the Party’s devolutionary credentials.
The economy, housing, devolution and the local elections in May will be key issues for cities in 2016.
We shouldn't let fears of a ‘postcode lottery’ hold places back from the opportunities created by fiscal devolution.
How increasing local tax-raising powers can incentivise cities to grow.
Cities Devolution BillJust how powerful will UK city-region mayors be?
Mayors must be more than the 'price areas have to pay' for devolution.
Devolution is part of the Government's drive for private sector-led growth, so businesses in cities need more of a say.
Similar devolved powers won't necessarily lead to similar decisions being made across UK cities.
What do businesses really think of devolution to city-regions?