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The new schemes have a welcome focus on the different challenges facing combined authorities, who can take advantage by building on innovation in other places
For the Taylor review to be effective, the Government must consider how its impact will vary across different parts of the country
Philip Hammond is right to focus on boosting productivity across the country, but he didn't address the low skill levels holding many cities back.
What the evidence says about supporting communities affected by major job losses, such as around the steel plant in Port Talbot.
Skill shortages and mismatch are an issue right across the UK.
Government intervention to support the steel industry won't improve the long term fortunes of Redcar and Port Talbot.
Cities Outlook 2016Cities Outlook 2016: reflections on how to build a high-wage, low-welfare economy
How does Outlook 2016 play into upcoming policy debates on the National Living Wage and benefit cuts?
What does the data tell us about the take-up and success rates of apprenticeships so far?
Andrew talks cities and inequality with Laura Gardiner from the Resolution Foundation and Prof Fran Tonkiss from the LSE.