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Brighton’s Great Escape hears UK Music’s manifesto
UK Music puts political manifestos under the microscope
UK Music welcomed Nicky Morgan MP for post-Budget roundtable
Music Industry Leaders Share Their Record Store Memories
UK Music Deputy CEO Tom Kiehl Gives Evidence About Welsh Music Industry At National Assembly
UK Music Heads To Spain To Promote The Power Of Being A “Collective Voice” For Music
UK Music Tells BBC Introducing LIVE Next Election Will Be Crucial To The Future Direction Of Brexit
UK Music Tells PM The Government Must Protect British Music When ‘Getting Brexit Done’
UK Music Welcomes Commons Debate On The Music Industry’s “Immense” Contribution To The Economy
Culture Minister Reveals Plan For New Music Strategy To Ensure Industry Remains “Envy Of The World”
UK Music Welcomes Government Plan To drop “Crude” £30,000 Salary Floor In Immigration Policy Shift
UK Music Responds To Government On Copyright Directive
UK Music Deputy Chief Executive Says Government Must Deliver ‘Crucial’ Copyright Changes
Tom Kiehl Starts As Acting CEO By Welcoming Shadow Culture Secretary To Meet With Industry Leaders
UK Music Acting CEO Tom Kiehl On Why The Business Rate Cut For Venues Is So Important
UK Music Urges Political Leaders To Avoid A “Cliff-Edge” In New Partnership Between UK And EU
UK Music Chief Urges Chancellor To Use Budget To Boost Growth In Music Industry
All-Party Music Group Hits Record High Of 106 Members In Parliament
UK Music Calls On Government to Honour “Parity” Pledge Of Support For Self-employed
UK Music Urges PM To Ensure Music Industry Is Not Left Behind As Restictions Eased For Other Sectors
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