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The current housing secretary has outlined plans to transform Wolverhampton into a 'vibrant' city.

Mr Jenrick highlighted the government's £20m high street fund to get more homes and workspaces in the city centre, and the £25m towns fund to support entrepreneurs and businesses as "starting points" in its regeneration.

He added: "We need to do more. I want to see investment into the city so we can have a proper strategy that grips the city centre, gets the housing and the offices into it, and improves the look and feel and the cultural offer.

"That is how this once again becomes a vibrant destination not just for people from Wolverhampton, but as I knew from my childhood, from a wide periphery around."

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