'Ministers are writing off parts of the UK as the country enters recession.'
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'A question mark remains over whether the footfall increase that we have seen this summer can be sustained into the autumn.'
‘National action is vital, but regions need to cut their own path to net zero too.'
'There are definite signs that parts of the job market have weathered the storm and are now showing signs of recovery.'
'We call for urgent action to generate the social housing that can address this problem.’
'Without action we could see many in their 50s and 60s falling out of the workforce years before their state pension age and struggling to get by.'
‘The Downton Abbey image of heritage just doesn’t do justice to the rich history and diverse stories across our country.'
Andy Wood, managing partner Yorkshire and North East at Grant Thornton, writes on the Northern Powerhouse and the levelling-up agenda.
'In addition to financial struggles, our data shows that those in poverty were more likely to have felt lonely before lockdown began and are more likely to feel more lonely as a result of the crisis.'
'London Futures is a once in generation opportunity to shape the city’s future and will help to build a fairer, greener and more prosperous global capital.'