Call to 'shore up' worst-hit local economies

By Dan Peters | 22 May 2020

The Government should ‘shore up’ the local economies worst affected by coronavirus before levelling up, the Centre for Progressive Policy (CPP) think-tank has said.

It comes after research by CPP warned COVID-19 was on course to deliver ‘permanent economic scarring’ to communities across the Midlands and northern England.

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