End Of The Road? Live sector braced for final countdown to Brexit

Andre Paine

The music industry has warned about the impact of crashing out of the European Union later this month.

As Music Week went to press, a Brexit deal was still in the balance. MPs were set for a rare “Super Saturday” sitting and a crunch vote on the new withdrawal agreement negotiated by Boris Johnson’s government and the EU last week.

“We’re a £4.5 billion industry, we export a lot of content, both live and recorded,” said UK Music deputy CEO ...

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