Entries in 'Government' (28)

Dipple: The industry must make its position clear in light of government changes

With big changes taking place across Government, UK Music CEO Jo Dipple has called upon the musi

So who is Karen Bradley?

After a busy day of hiring and firing, new prime minister Theresa May has appointed a brand new

FanFair Alliance to unite businesses, artists and fans in fight against touts

A cross section of managers, artists and trade bodies have joined forces in the fight against ti

John Whittingdale sacked as culture secretary

Culture secretary John Whittingdale has been sacked from his role as culture secretary, as new P

UK Music welcomes new Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan

By Hayley Sigrist

UK Music has warmly welcomed new Mayor of London Sadiq Khan, follo

Government considers ban on fans carrying fireworks at gigs

By Nick Atkins

A motion proposing to ban the carrying or use

Scottish culture secretary cleared over T In The Park grant

A public spending watchdog has cleared Scotland’s culture secretary Fiona Hyslop of any wrongdoing ov

Music industry welcomes legislation change to protect venues

UK Music, Music Venue Trust and Musicians’ Union have welcomed new Government legislation to protect

Government issues clarification on tax relief for recording artist advances

UK Music and the Featured Artists Coalition have welcomed clarification from the Government on tax relief f

UK Music welcomes 'agent of change' amendments to Planning Bill

The music industry has welcomed amendments to the Planning Bill which would place the agent of change princ

Festivals prepare case ahead of 2016 Business Rates Review

The festival industry has been given more time to prepare its case on how business rates are assessed again

MMF demands action on 'out of control' secondary ticketing

The Music Managers Forum has demanded greater transparency from the “out of control” secondary

Government makes music video age rating programme permanent

Last year's Government-backed pilot programme to give relevant music videos an age rating has been made per

UK music pirates could face up to 10 years imprisonment

The Conservative government has published a News

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