Say the name Brighton to any English person and, guaranteed, a smile will come to their face as they recall a weekend of fun and frivolity spent in the city at some point in their youth.
Whether or not they knew it at the time, when Trinity College created Cambridge Science Park as a centre for scientific enterprise and innovation back in 1970, they changed the face of British industry and transformed the city of Cambridge and the surrounding area forever.
As you arrive in Cambridge on the surprisingly swift- but suitably dishevelled- train from London, a sign welcomes you to the home of Anglia Ruskin University. A passing tourist or casual visitor could be forgiven for double taking. After all, the statement is not factually inaccurate, but seems to overlook the larger, more ancient university for which the city is known.
Exoduses are nothing new, it even happens really early on in the Bible, but the recent outpouring of people from London, combined with Brexit and all its political and economic undertones and overtones, has some analysts scratching their heads regarding the future of the capital as a business hub and a city to call home.
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