Regional funding after Brexit


This report from the UK think tank IPPR examines regional funding after Brexit and the opportunities for the UK’s Shared Prosperity Fund.

Regional inequality is a dominant feature of the UK’s current economic landscape. Power and prosperity are concentrated in London and the South East, while other areas of the UK experience lower levels of output and productivity. Poverty and inequality still exist in London, but such a concentration of wealth is not found in any region outside of the capital.

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