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UK Music Lines Up Fantastic Panel To Discuss Manifesto For Music At Labour Party Conference 

03.10.2023: UK Music is taking our Manifesto For Music to the Labour Party Conference, where a panel of experts will discuss its recommendations to help boost the music industry.  

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04.10.2023: UK Music is taking our Manifesto For Music to the Labour Party Conference, where a panel of experts will discuss its recommendations to help boost the music industry.  

The panel line-up in Liverpool will feature Shadow Minister for Music and Tourism Barbara Keeley, Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Music and Shadow Minister Kevin Brennan MP, Culture Liverpool Director Claire McColgan and Head of UNESCO City of Music, Kevin McManus. The event will be chaired by Labour Peer and Chair of UK Music Tom Watson.  

The panel, entitled Manifesto for Music: How Can a Labour Government Protect Our Music Industry, will take place on Monday October 9 from 12:30pm – 1:30pm at Grace Suite 2, Liverpool Hilton Hotel.  

The panel will focus on UK Music’s recently launched Manifesto for Music, which sets out the changes needed to boost the music industry and help nurture the talent pipeline on which the sector relies.   

The event will offer a chance for political and industry experts, along with conference-goers, the opportunity to discuss the manifesto and how the next Government could support the music industry ahead of and beyond the expected 2024 General Election. 

Refreshments will be provided.  

UK Music’s Manifesto for Music can be read here.

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