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New Event - Ticket to Ride: Liverpool & the Northern Powerhouse

Tue, 23 Feb: Lord Adonis, Chair of the National Infrastructure Commission joins Joe Anderson, Mayor of Liverpool, Phillip Blond and Andy Bounds to debate the future of the Northern Powerhouse.

Ticket to Ride: How high speed rail for Liverpool can help realise the Northern Powerhouse

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Backing Beauty

'A Community Right to Beauty' called for widespread access to beauty for all. Now, we plan to establish a year-long ‘Backing Beauty’ Commission to restore beauty to the heart of public policy and local planning.

Backing Beauty: A year-long commission to place beauty back into the heart of public policy and planning

Common Values, Common Market: Recasting Britain’s role in Europe to secure our long-term prosperity

With polls on a knife edge, ResPublica announces a new body of work before the looming EU referendum.

Common Values, Common Market: Recasting Britain’s role in Europe to secure our long-term prosperity

Featured Event

Ticket to Ride: How high speed rail for Liverpool can help realise the Northern Powerhouse

23rd February 2016
Committee Room 12, Houses of Parliament, London

The Liverpool City Region, with its world-class port and logistics facilities, growing business community, and cultural vibrancy, has the potential to drive economic growth at a local, regional and national level. Yet without proper infrastructure links to the rest of the country, these assets could well be squandered. This panel event, coinciding with ResPublica’s latest report launch, will examine the case for new infrastructure connecting Liverpool into the HS2 network, allowing the city to develop its economic profile to the benefit of the North of England as a whole.