As the UK exits the EU it would be a missed opportunity not to reassess where power rests across the country, and in particular how this applies to cities.
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City TalksFive reflections on ‘the revenge of places that don’t matter’
In our latest podcast, Professor Andres Rodriguez-Pose claims spatial inequality is the root cause of rising populism
Andrew Carter talks to Bridget Rosewell and Henry Overman about the merits of big infrastructure projects
Why politicians and cities across the UK should learn from London’s success, not bemoan it
In 2016 Prof McCann discussed the findings of his book on the regional economic problem in the UK
The first in our City Horizons event series explores the fall and rise of urban Britain with guest speaker Professor Nick Crafts.