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John Fender examines Brexit's role in the decline of the pound and where it will likely go from here.
MAKERS brings together leaders from Business, academia and policy to study issues related to the drivers and dynamics of sustaining the competitiveness of EU manufacturing sectors, a subject of increasing importance in the current climate of uncertainty between Britain and the EU.
Posted 26 April 2017
Local government funding is once again coming to the fore, especially now that we are approaching the mayoral elections next week on the 4th May. In this blog, City-REDI's Tasos Kitsos discusses fiscal devolution in the UK compared to international experiences.
Posted 24 April 2017
For a limited time, ScienceDirect is making this article - one of the first outputs from the Crime Linkage International Network - available to download for free.
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