The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport has launched a survey to determine how it can best support the arts as Britain prepares for Brexit.
The Incorporated Society of Musicians (ISM) has called on the government to pay additional costs that musicians will incur when travelling to the EU27/EEA, should the UK leave the EU without a deal.
Yesterday (Wednesday) Nicky Morgan, Chair of House of Commons Treasury Committee, was appointed Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, by the new Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
UK Music chief executive Michael Dugher has urged new prime minister Boris Johnson not to throw the music industry ‘over a cliff’ with a no-deal Brexit.
‘The UK government is committed to the Copyright Directive – but how they implement it post-Brexit is uncertain,’ Annabella Coldrick, chief executive of the Music Managers Forum, tells The Great Escape.
A new study highlights the rising concerns of musicians over Brexit, with almost 50 percent of respondents identifying an impact on their professional life since the 2016 referendum.
UK Music’s chief executive officer Michael Dugher has written to Teresa May to outline the potential threats Brexit poses to the UK music industry.
British orchestras need assurances from government they can easily access the European market – their most important overseas territory – following Brexit, MPs have urged.
UK Music chief executive Michael Dugher has responded to proposed new rules for migrants post-Brexit, warning it could jeopardise the UK music industry.
Annie Lennox, Jamie Cullum, Paloma Faith and David Arnold are among the award-winning musicians to sign letter calling for an alternative to the Brexit deal.