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The modern world is blurring the boundaries between night and day
Fear and Loathing on Mare Street: what Hackney’s licensing dispute says about its attitude to nightlife
“Who is Hackney for?” Mayor Philip Glanville on the borough’s controversial changes to nightlife licencing
Don’t mourn the decline of the big camp-out: urban festivals could boost our cities’ economies
Half of Bristol’s music venues are under threat. Blame developers
The UK government now supports the ‘Agent of Change’ bill to protect music venues. So what does that mean?
B2B marketing after a pandemic: 8 lessons for senior marketers
How to define, discover and develop actionable leads in B2B marketing
The cornerstone of London’s nighttime economy isn’t nightlife, but nurses, drivers and delivery people
What is the death of the British pub doing to our love lives?
Could London really be a 24-hour city?
Two east London boroughs are planning to tax nightlife to fund the clean up. Will it work?
London’s music venues are recovering – but business rate review could stop them in their tracks
To build a strong nighttime economy, our city planners need to learn to feel the music
Why Montréal is doubling down on public transport
Bike riding is up around the world, but it will take bold work to maintain
Pandemic job losses could fuel a rise in homelessness for years
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