City Minutes: What do the 2021 metro mayoral elections mean for England‘s cities?
Last week eight metro mayors were elected to govern England's largest city regions. While the Conservatives cemented their position in parts of the former Red Wall, Labour made gains elsewhere, including in Southern England.
What do these results mean for people living in cities, and how will the Government respond to several new Labour metro mayors? To discuss these questions Andrew Carter is joined by Centre for Cities' Senior Analyst Anthony Breach.
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City Talks: Policies, politics and personalities in this year’s mayoral elections
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City Talks: Tony Travers on the Mayor of London
City Talks: Pat Ritchie on the biggest challenges for Newcastle
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