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The Vibrant Economy Index—which regions do well?

Economic prosperity is important—but it does not equal happiness

By Sarah Howard  

Manchester Town Hall ©Mark Andrew

With the government yet to trigger Article 50, the results of the referendum on the European Union may still feel intangible. But what does feel real for many of us are the tensions that we are seeing in communities up and down the UK, along with a sense of exasperation at the status quo. How can we soothe some of these tensions, and create a society in…

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