'We are profoundly concerned': Biz faces financial risks from Brexit turmoil

Andre Paine

The UK music industry has warned of Brexit “chaos” as the government’s transition deal with the EU hangs in the balance.

Ahead of the postponed vote by MPs in Parliament on Tuesday (December 11), a UK Music delegation met with Culture Secretary Jeremy Wright.

“There is anxiety about the apparent lack of progress on our most important issues relating to Brexit,” Michael Dugher, UK Music’s chief executive, told Music Week. “The ability for British artists to be able to ...

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