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Jonny Ball is a Special Projects Writer for Spotlight and the New Statesman
In a city that has felt more estranged from the English mainstream than any other, fury at the Conservatives is reaching new heights.
How the health service survived the first wave of coronavirus by ignoring Andrew Lansley’s Health and Social Care Act.
The US-China rivalry is increasingly playing out as a technological "arms race", with AI at its centre.
Robin Hood Energy, Nottingham City Council’s experiment in municipally owned energy provision, hoped to challenge the dominance of the ‘Big Six’. But it has come in for fierce criticism in a report by the company’s auditors.
Residents of district and county councils, including Tory councillors, fear Downing Street redrawing the local authority map to suit its agenda.
Not all workers and regions have been equally affected by the virtual office era.
A third of senior council officers say they expect to issue a bankruptcy notice due to Covid-19 crisis, as Communities Secretary announces more funds.
A long line of local authorities warn that without a bailout, banktuptcy is imminent.
The shadow foreign secretary indicated a major departure from the foreign policy agenda of the Corbyn years in her address at Spotlight’s Global Policy Forum.
Regional leaders say that without increased support from central government, local authorities will be unable to pay for basic services.