Pre-Brexit there was (and is) an awful lot to do. Post-Brexit, I fear many of us may spend the rest of our working lives trying to run up the down escalator.
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David Fothergill, leader of the council called the way local authorities are funded is ‘fundamentally broken’.
‘It is likely that the heyday of the high street primarily as a retail hub is at an end.’
Universities should be part of that bigger ‘joined up’ conversation and ensure they have a seat at the top table and align their provision to priorities outlined in strategic local economic plans.
‘Inequalities not only exist and persist but over time it seems they have widened and become more impactful.’
‘The recipients of a basic income had less stress symptoms as well as less difficulties to concentrate.’
In its final report published, London’s Night Time Commission recommended giving shops and public buildings longer opening hours.
‘The city has work to do to show that it takes its national role as the capital of England and the UK seriously.’
City Cultural Compacts can help ‘secure the social and economic benefits’ that the arts can bring.
‘We will be seeking assurances from the Government that it will do everything in its power to secure the future of Nissan.’