Important notice for all members of the Union’s specialist and industrial Sections. The Union’s Executive Committee has decided to modernise the Sections.
The Live Music Act 2012 brought in an exemption to the Licensing Act for venues putting on live music with fewer than 200 people in attendance. The current plans suggest extending this exemption to audiences of fewer than 500.
PRS for Music would like to hear from you as part of their research into the UK's grassroots live music scene.
HMRC enquiry centres provide a free, local, face-to-face service that helps people deal with complex tax issues, now this is under threat as the government plots to close all 281 of these offices at the cost of 1,300 jobs.
Have you been subject to this deduction whilst working overseas and had difficulty in claiming it back through your tax return?
Ofsted released a damning verdict on Music Hubs in England in November to which we issued a joint press release with the NUT criticising the government for setting unrealistic time frames and for moving the goalposts again for Hubs.
Leading independent music development company, the hub, is teaming up with the MU to launch a new project, called Joining the Dots, that aims to bolster the live music scene in England.
The Creative Coalition Campaign has launched a new petition which calls for action to tackle online copyright theft.
‘BOOK Music & Lyrics’, the workshop programme for musical theatre writers, is now accepting applications for its 2014 first year composer/ lyricist group and its librettists group.
Manic Street Preachers frontman James Dean Bradfield looks back on 22 years at the helm of the band.