Since 2010 the Coalition have implemented a number of decentralisation policies, but what has that really meant for cities? How have policies such as the City and Growth Deals played out in reality, and where does the power really lie?
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Many of Ed Miliband's goals can only be achieved through enabling cities to play a much stronger role.
Our 2015 general election manifesto calls for a Cities and Prosperity Act introducing a presumption in favour of devolution.
Devolution to city-regions can and should be done quickly.
There’s no denying the Scottish Referendum has well and truly given Government and Whitehall a wake-up call. With a 10 per cent margin of 55 to 45 percent, the loss of the 307 year old union was...
Scottish cities shouldn't have to go from begging in Whitehall to pleading in Holyrood.
This paper offers a guide to what powers and controls the devolved nations hold, and what has been promised as Scotland goes to the polls.
Whether the result is a yes or a no, we need to be mindful of the challenges.
Alexandra Jones blogs on the City Growth Commission's report on fiscal devolution.
George Osborne's response to the One North report is welcome. Now it is Labour's turn to better the devolution offer for cities.