In Context - Northern towns fear rail future

As columnist follows columnist, flooding the media with pieces on the deepening divide between London - the city the recession passed by - and the deeply-problematic residue of the UK economy, recall that you first heard it here: in July 2011, reporting research from the Centre for Research on Socio-Cultural Change at the University of Manchester, which spotted it long before anyone else.

by Sir Peter Hall
Railways: deal to hand power to councils close to collapse
Railways: deal to hand power to councils close to collapse

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