A new study suggests there's a growing gap between cities in the UK which are doing well economically, and those which are struggling.
The think tank Centre for Cities has published its annual index which shows that the best performing places include Edinburgh, Cambridge and London while more vulnerable cities include Hull, Doncaster and Newport and are more reliant on the public sector.
Alexandra Jones, chief executive of Centre for Cities outlines their findings.
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