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A Tory MP has expressed concern over The British Film Institute being awarded Lottery money for a film based on the antics of the Bullingdon Club. Conservative Lee Scott told the Mail on Sunday: "I have to question the timing and motive in awarding Lottery money for what looks like a politically biased film to be release...
Department for Culture, Media and Sport press release A new cultural agreement was signed today by the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport Maria Mille...
Shadow Minister for Culture and the Creative Industries, Helen Goodman, said: "Labour is committed to a vision of One Nation Britain and a One Nation arts policy. ...
Labour press release Helen Goodman, Shadow Media Minister, will visit Denmark to find out about Danish media policy at the end of this week. "Denmark has been w...
EMBARGOED UNTIL 00:01 THURSDAY 26 SEPTEMBER 2013 Culture, Media and Sport Committee press release Committee warns that successes of creative industries may be ...
DCMS press release A house in Cumbria where Beatrix Potter spent her summers has been listed Grade II by Heritage Minister Ed Vaizey. The house and grounds of '...
02/08/2013 on Sky News
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