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Brexit Guidance

How musicians living in the UK may be affected by Brexit

The ability to travel and work freely and easily in the EU is of paramount importance to our members.

That's why we campaigned to stay in the EU, and why we do not support the Brexit deals put forward by Theresa May or Boris Johnson. The MU will oppose any Brexit which removes freedom of movement for musicians.

We understand that members have concerns about how Brexit might affect them and so have put together some FAQs.

Don’t forget that you can always contact your regional office for advice.

Latest Brexit news

Next Steps for Musicians Following the General Election

The Conservatives have won an overall majority in the general election. It’s now almost certain that we will get a Tory Brexit, which means musicians are likely to face new barriers to working in the EU post-Brexit.

Quiz Your Candidates: Make Sure You’re Voting for the Best Deal for Musicians

In a matter of weeks, the UK will be going to the polls for the third time in four years. The reason? The EU referendum in June 2016, which irrevocably changed our country and our politics and has made it almost impossible for parliament to agree or to function properly.

Music Industry Contributes £5.2 Billion to UK Economy – new figures reveal

UK Music’s inaugural Music By Numbers report was published today (20 November) and reveals the key role music plays in the economy.

Be Sure Your Voice is Heard: Register to Vote

A general election is coming. With Brexit still looming on the horizon, it is more important than ever that your voice is heard.

Related downloads

Partnership pack February 2019 (PDF 2.7 MB file opens in new window)

Guidance for EU workers on applying for settled status Jan 2019 (PDF 320.63 bytes file opens in new window)