Artists back Government term extension stance

Paul Williams

A decision by the Government not to support a 12-page deal in Brussels last Friday that suggested term of protection should be extended to 70 years produced an angry reaction from industry players leading the fight for term extension.

Despite previously saying it was backing term extension, the UK Government came out against this deal because it wanted measures in it requiring labels to return recordings to an artist if they are not being exploited and the establishment of a ...

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