Andrew Carter became chief executive of Centre for Cities in April 2017. He is also deputy director of the What Works Centre for Local Economic Growth. Before that he was the deputy chief executive and director of Policy and Research with overall responsibility for the Centre’s research and policy programme. He has over 20 years of experience working on urban economic policy issues for public and private development agencies, consultants and research institutes. He has also spent time in the US as part of the Churchill Foundation’s Fellowship Programme reviewing urban economic development policy and practice in American cities including New York, Washington DC, Boston and Chicago.
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Nearly fifty-two percent of people in the UK voted to leave the EU in the referendum of 2016. However, most major cities voted to remain. What caused this split between major cities and the rest of the country?