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033/04 Heritage Minister Andrew McIntosh today announced a UK wide consultation on the marine historic environment.
A key step towards the modernisation of England and Wales' archaic licensing laws has been made today with the laying before Parliament of draft Guidance to licensing authorities.
Culture Secretary Tessa Jowell today sets out for India. She will lead a trade delegation to encourage the Indian film industry – the biggest in the world – to make more movies in the UK and use British film talent both sides of the camera.
Heritage Minister Andrew McIntosh today announced an independent Audit into issues of conflict of interest at CABE, the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment.
A ban on chain gifting schemes moved a step closer today when the Government published draft legislation that would see people who organise, promote or recruit into the schemes risk up to a year in jail and fines of £5,000.
An exhibition of work at the Victoria and Albert Museum produced by young people and illustrating their perception of cultural diversity and their sense of identity was opened today by Arts Minister Estelle Morris.
Heritage Minister Andrew McIntosh has decided against listing the Tricorn Centre in Portsmouth.
25\04 The Government's policy of universal free admission for England's national museums and galleries continues to be a huge success, attracting nearly 11 million extra visitors in its first two years, Arts Minister Estelle Morris said today.
Budding radio broadcasters across Britain will find it easier to set up a station in their local village, town or city thanks to a half a million pound Government grant, Media Secretary Tessa Jowell announced today.
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