Our urban economies should be driving the national economy forward, but they're not. It's time to think cities.
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Looking back over our top five reports from last year
Manchester's Conservative party conference was a "steady-as-she-goes" event, focused on demonstrating economic competence, the merits of sticking to Plan A and the dangers of voting for Labour.
The sun certainly shone on Labour's conference in Brighton - the weather was beautiful and the beach cafes packed full of suited delegates. But will the good weather last for Labour?
Much as I like Glasgow as a city, the weather tends to be less than welcoming and that was true again this week.
It’s been fascinating to watch the debate over High Speed 2 intensify over the past few months...
Andrew Carter talks to Lord Young, Mike Kapur and Richard Coleman about how policy can support SME growth. Lord Young of Graffham, Adviser to the Prime Minister on Enterprise, Mike Kapur,...
‘Rebalancing’ remains a mantra for Government. But the scales still tip towards our most affluent cities.
SMEs are important to city economies. We look at the challenges they face.
In the second of our three roundtables in partnership with Addleshaw Goddard, the focus was on London's labour market. This podcast reflects on the points raised at the event. Ian Ashman,...