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For every 12 new jobs created in southern England only one has been generated in towns elsewhere

by Futures Centre, Oct 19
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UK’s north-south divide has widened, says thinktank

For every 12 net new jobs that have been created in cities and towns in southern England since 2004 only one has been generated in towns in the rest of Britain, according to a report by a thinktank that has compared urban areas across the country.

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