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UK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Update — Which regions have the greatest scope for catch-up growth?UK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Data Response — Regional PMIs (May)UK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Chart Book — Still substantial regional differences in wage growthUK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Chart Book — Familiar growth differences re-emergeUK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Chart Book — Labour market recovery remains patchyUK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Update — Welsh dragon still not able to fight off economic woesUK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Chart Book — Real wage recovery masks diverse regional pictureUK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Chart Book — Not all regions sharing in jobs recoveryUK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Update — Does the national unemployment rate overstate slack?UK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Chart Book — Northern jobs recovery remains sub-par
UK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Chart Book — Jobs market recovery remains broad basedUK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Outlook — West Midlands to outpace London, South East in 2014UK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Chart Book — West Midlands looking good, and probably the South West tooUK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Chart Book — All parts of the UK are sharing in recovery, but far from equallyUK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Update — Which regions are enjoying the fastest economic growth?UK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Chart Book — South East, East Midlands and London lead the wayUK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Update — South East showing strongest growth in manufacturingUK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Chart Book — East Midlands reportedly doing well, unlike the West MidlandsUK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Update — Construction probably boosted London in Q3 after Q2 weaknessUK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Chart Book — South East looks good, but West Midlands may be limping
UK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Outlook — Prospects of strong growth, but no convergenceUK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Chart Book — The South East is clearly doing well. Also the North West?UK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Chart Book — Growth now appears widespread within the UKUK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Update — The East Midlands may be gaining most from rising manufacturingUK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Chart Book — Most regions are advancing in convoy, but with some stragglersUK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Chart Book — London has moved forward, Wales & Yorkshire have slippedUK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Chart Book — Wales looks pretty strong. The North East doesn’t.UK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Update — Is the UK the most regionally imbalanced country in the EU?UK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Update — Why is Wales doing so well?UK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Chart Book — No region is racing ahead, although London is towards the front
UK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Chart Book — Lots of conflicting messages within, let alone between, regionsUK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Update — Budget measures could make growth more imbalanced, not lessUK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Chart Book — Regional variations, but no simple north-south splitUK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Update — R&D spending helping northern as well as southern UK regionsUK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Chart Book — Yorkshire & Humber and the West Midlands held up bestUK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Chart Book — Some divergences, including welcome North East gainsUK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Update — Labour Market Indicators (October & November)UK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Outlook — Some regions face further GDP falls in 2013UK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Update — Purchasing Managers' Index (Nov.)UK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Chart Book — Most regions have been treading water
UK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Update — ONS House Price Index (September)UK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Update — Purchasing Mangers' Index (Oct.)UK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Chart Book — No region could be called a star performer last monthUK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Update — Labour Market Indicators (August & September)UK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Update — ONS House Price Index (August)UK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Chart Book — Has London been the leader or the laggard?UK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Update — Regional patterns in jobs growth highlight restructuringUK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Update — Labour Market Indicators (July & August)UK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Chart Book — Most UK regions have slowed down, at bestUK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Update — Labour Market Indicators (June & July)
UK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Update — ONS House Prices Index (June)UK Markets > UK Data Response — UK Cities & Regions Data ResponseUK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Update — Regional impact of car industry will differ in year’s second half