Making plans for Nigel: Industry unites to pressure government on Brexit

Andre Paine

With just days to go until Brexit, the music industry has called for clarity from culture minister Nigel Adams on the key issues facing the sector.

The UK exits the European Union at 11pm on January 31. While the withdrawal agreement means there will be no immediate impact on business with the EU, the clock is ticking on the trade deal that needs to be signed by the end of 2020 based on the government’s timetable.

Trade bodies have been ...

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