Brexit is undermining the arts – and those in the creative industries are not being listened to 02/01/2022
Many in the arts will look at 2022 with trepidation. There are still many issues with the Brexit deal from 12 months ago.
Just one EU country signs deal to rescue post-Brexit music tours, despite Boris Johnson’s vow to ‘fix’ crisis 01/01/2022
Only Spain has signed agreement, leaving artists mired in ‘mountains of red tape’ – with pressure on new Brexit minister Liz Truss to change course.
‘False claims’ made by ministers refusing to rescue visa-free music tours of EU, lawyers say 13/05/2021
Lawyers have identified five false claims made by ministers for refusing to strike a deal to rescue visa-free touring of the EU, leaving performers with crippling new costs and red tape.
The UK’s orchestras have been weakened by the pandemic – and the impact of Brexit hasn't gone away either – but they remain unbowed says Mark Pemberton of the Association of British Orchestras.