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A scheme exempting owners of important works of art from inheritance tax if they agree to permit public access to them amounts to a "racket", Labour has said. Shadow Culture minister Helen Goodman argued current arrangements - whereby owners need only make artworks accessible for 28 days in a year - were insufficiently s...
DCMS press release 40 museums across the length and breadth of England will benefit from grants worth over £4.6 million, Culture Minister Ed Vaizey announced toda...
Department for Culture, Media and Sport press release Minister prevents Cabinet from leaving the UK The Culture Minister, Ed Vaizey, has placed a temporary exp...
Labour press release Labour's Shadow Culture Secretary Harriet Harman and Shadow Business Secretary Chuka Umunna will today launch a review on how Britain can cap...
Deparment for Culture, Media & Sport press release Poussin painting at risk of export A painting by Nicolas Poussin, depicting the moment the infant Moses tramp...
Film Policy Review Panel press release New Challenges for UK Film Industry, BFI and Government An independent panel of industry experts, convened by the Minist...
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