The coronavirus pandemic has emptied cities of workers, bars and restaurants have been closed and public transport systems have been bankrupted. But will Covid mark the end of the era of the 'Triumph of the City' and usher in a period of urban decline? Or are there reasons to be optimistic?
Ben Chu (The Independent) and Lizzy Burden (The Telegraph) speak to Lord Michael Heseltine (UK Deputy Prime Minister, 1995-97) and Catherine McGuinness (Head of Policy, City of London Corporation.)
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