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UK Music Responds To Online Harms White Paper

8th April 2019

UK Music welcomes Government proposals to increase big tech's responsibility, but urges legislation to be widen to include impact of economic harm.

‘Difficult Conversations’ - Why The Music Industry Must Tackle The Gender Pay Gap ‘Head On’

5th April 2019

UK Music’s Head of Diversity Felicity Oliver writes on the gender pay gap and how it relates to the UK music industry.

UK Music’s 4th Outstanding MAP Graduate Awards Hailed As Great Success

4th April 2019

The fourth Outstanding MAP Graduate Awards were held at a glittering event in the National Museum Cardiff.

UK Music Welcomes Major Victory Over EU Copyright Reforms

27th March 2019

MEPs have voted in favour of the Copyright Directive in a pivotal victory for the #LoveMusic campaign.

UK Music hosts Ministers Jeremy Wright and Margot James at industry roundtable

26th March 2019

UK Music today hosted the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport the Rt Hon Jeremy Wright MP QC and Creative Industries Minister Margot James MP for a roundtable discussion with UK Music Board members.

UK Music welcomes “landmark” DCMS Committee report

19th March 2019

CEO Michael Dugher says report is a “wake-up call” towards safeguarding the live music industry

SXSW hears that supporting the Talent Pipeline is key to maintaining UK music’s global strength

14th March 2019

The calls to protect music in education and grassroots music venues were made by senior figures from the UK music industry at a panel organised by UK Music in Austin, Texas.

UK Music says Chancellor’s Spring Statement was a ‘missed opportunity’ to help grassroots venues

13th March 2019

CEO Michael Dugher vows UK Music will continue to fight for a Government rethink on business rates’ shake-up

Michael Dugher says SXSW is chance to discuss how UK music industry stays a world leader post-Brexit

11th March 2019

UK Music boss Michael Dugher says SXSW is a perfect opportunity to talk about how the British music industry maintains its position as a global leader in music post-Brexit

UK Music calls on Chancellor to end “nonsensical” discrimination against venues over business rates

11th March 2019

UK Music leads plea from MPs and Peers for Chancellor to use Spring Statement to end “nonsensical” discrimination against grassroots music venues over business rates.

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