Monthly Archives: December 2018

By Jonathan Dupont

What can places across the Midlands do to improve local rates of productivity and prosperity? Most countries have an unequal…

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By Cristina Varriale

This study examines how mutual security-related steps could be undertaken in order to progress diplomacy related to limiting, rolling back…

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By Shelagh Whitley; Joe Thwaites; Helena Wright; Caroline Ott

Article 2.1c of the Paris Agreement breaks new ground. It is the first time that the United Nations Framework Convention…

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By Ben Glover

The rise of informal carers is one of the biggest demographic shifts in recent British history. We estimate there are…

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By Nicolas Marques; Cécile Philippe; Caio Zanforlin

13 December marks Credit Day across the European Union. This is the day when, on average, European countries’ central governments…

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By Luke Raikes; Leah Millward; Sarah Longlands

The north of England has rarely faced such threat and opportunity. Brexit looms; budgets in essential NHS and council services…

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By Rita Beden; Lahari Ramuni; Zach Wilcox; Siri Arntzen

The inaugural UK City Leaders’ Survey, developed jointly by Centre for Cities and Arup, asked the elected leaders of the…

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By Stephen Clarke; John Wood

Homeownership rates have plummeted for today’s younger generation. Hypothetically, it would currently take a 27-30 year old first time buyer…

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By Sophia Gaston; Dr Joseph e. Uscinski

Immigration has been one of the most divisive and salient issues shaping Western political life over the past decade, with…

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