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Beyond Brexit, beyond London

Theresa May's government will have a tough job trying to close the gap in incomes and prosperity between the capital and less well-off parts of the country.

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There does not seem to be much new thinking on policies that would create jobs, boost incomes and generate optimism about the future north and west of London.

SINCE Theresa May became Britain's prime minister, she has spoken about the changes that are needed not only to adapt to Brexit, but to deal with the problems to which the referendum outcome drew attention, including the gap in incomes and prosperity between London and less well-off parts of the

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