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One of the largest regions in the England, serving a population of over 5.3 million; home to two Core Cities – Sheffield and Leeds; with around 270,000 businesses contributing to an economy worth in excess of £80 billion. 

However, the region has many health challenges and inequalities exacerbated by the significant employment in heavy industries and subsequent change in core employment markets.

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