In less than 200 days, some of Britain’s largest city regions will go to the polls to elect "metro mayors". Unlike many other mayors across England, they will wield new powers that affect large areas and populations.
But whether or not metro mayors are a success will depend on whether this first generation of new civic leaders are able to tackle the entrenched problems of Britain’s major cities.
Policies and Public Adminstration; Urban and Regional Planning
24 Oct 2016
To fix Britain's economy we need to bridge the gap between cities – and the inequalities between them