Northeast & Yorkshire: Local leader Dickinson Dees is as synonymous with Newcastle as ship-building and Brown Ale. But that could be set to change, with two firms in particular making waves on the Tyne. Charlie Wright reports
The problems endured by the city of Newcastle throughout the 1980s and beyond were characteristic of much of the northeast of England. Recent years have seen the city and the region as a whole make great strides in arresting a decline that was symptomatic of the demise of heavy industry and manufacturing in the UK as a whole.
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