Government efforts to "level up" England's north and Midlands regions will now be four times more difficult, according to a new report.
Anthony Orlando of the Economic Roundtable discusses new report findings that the pandemic could cause twice as much new homelessness as the 2008 Great Recession.
Tech companies are increasingly telling employees they will not need to return to the office after the pandemic. That could further threaten some of the region's lowest-paid jobs.
"At a time when we recognise the city is getting hotter, it seems a little perverse to pave over some of the city’s last open spaces."
Distrustful of the government's pandemic response, residents took matters into their own hands.
The idea is to address economic pain by giving people money, no strings attached. A few places are testing it out to see what happens.
The coronavirus poses a special threat to these poor, dense, underserved communities.
Matthew Desmond discusses housing protections during a global emergency.
A researcher explains how cash assistance fits into governments' response to coronavirus.