Over recent decades London has re-established itself as one of the world’s economic, political and cultural capitals. This programme explores how London can maintain its international prominence and the soft power that underpins this, while strengthening relations with cities and regions across the UK.
Head Office: London’s rise and future as a corporate centre London is a leading global destination for headquarters, but reduced access to talent could diminish its appeal.
London, UK: Strengthening ties between capital and country How can London better connect with its nation state?
Next-door Neighbours — collaborative working across the London boundary London, the South East and East of England are highly integrated and interdependent. This report explores the need for greater collaboration to tackle shared challenges.
Enrique Pellejer Larrauri
London, the UK and the EU How is the capital viewed by Leave and Remain voters?