Another day, another report on the importance of cities outside London to Britain’s future prosperity. This time it comes from the City Growth Commission, a body formed last year to investigate “how other cities can complement London’s economic success; what political powers and governance arrangements are needed to deliver this; and how public service reform can enable other cities to become fiscally sustainable.”
All power to the cities! The metropolitan revolution, part 94
Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett / April 23, 2018
“I love this city. Defiantly, pigheadedly, maybe even sometimes rudely”
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