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- Superheroes, by definition, don't belong to the people. Despite his huge popularity with some demographics, John Cena doesn't work in this context since he's too polarising to be a true people's champ.
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- Welfare spending: it's a hot topic. From the cuts that have already taken place in recent years, to the £12bn of cuts still to come and David Cameron's bid to reduce EU migrant benefits, the issue is rarely out of the news.
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- Aberdeen has an oil industry; Milton Keynes, Swindon and Reading pretty successful business parks. The one we're really struck by is Blackburn, a Lancashire city which had a good industrial revolution but hasn't done so much since.
- Q: What do Northampton, Liverpool and Luton have in common? A: Business churn
- Some of Britain's boom towns – London, Swindon, Milton Keynes – are among those that have seen the biggest growth. But others (Cambridge, Brighton) are pootling along in the middle of the range.
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- Or to put it another way: no self-respecting 25 year old who wants to live a cool metropolitan lifestyle is voluntarily moving to Swindon. You can see the full Centre for Cities/DAC Beachcroft report here.
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