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Protect Musicians Rights Post Brexit

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The Musician’s Union (MU) is working hard to represent you during the Brexit process.

Since the referendum, we have worked closely MPs and Lords, the Trades Union Congress (TUC) and the music industry to protect musicians’ careers in the Brexit negotiations.

Our five key issues are free movement, copyright protection, workers’ rights, the rights of EU citizens in the UK, and arts funding.

The campaign is in full swing. And your support is essential.  

Be sure your voice is heard

Tell us your Brexit thoughts, questions or concerns. Email Maddy Radcliff, MU Campaigns & Public Affairs Official, at maddy.radcliff@theMU.org.

There are lots of other ways to get involved in your Union, from attending events to supporting campaigns or joining committees where your voice has a real impact on what we do. Take a look at the options, and get involved. 

The Brexit negotiations are going to be lengthy and complex, and there are many potential risks for musicians.

The MU will be fighting hard to retain mobility, funding, copyright and workers rights and employment status for EU nationals but it’s really important you get involved.

Horace Trubridge, MU General Secretary Elect

Brexit News

Take Action for Free Movement in the EU post-Brexit #WorkingInTheEU

The Musicians’ Union (MU) is campaigning for musicians’ right to travel freely and easily in the European Union (EU). We know it is an issue virtually all members care about – touring in Europe is an important source of income. To make the case for it, we need your help. Take action! #WorkingInTheEU

MPs & Peers: Please Support Musicians Working in the EU

The Musicians’ Union (MU) is calling on MPs to support musicians working in the EU – share the pledge! #WorkingInTheEU

Beginner’s Guide to Brexit at The Great Escape

Musicians’ Union (MU) Assistant General Secretary Naomi Pohl represented MU members at the Beginner’s Guide to Brexit panel at The Great Escape. Here are some of the highlights…

1 in 3 BAME people have witnessed or experienced racist abuse since Brexit vote, finds TUC poll

1 in 3 BAME people have witnessed or experienced racist abuse since Brexit vote, finds TUC poll.

MU fighting for musicians’ rights in the lead up to Brexit

As the Government now works towards Brexit, we would like to reassure members that we are doing everything in our power to protect musicians’ rights.

MU Reacts to Vote to Leave European Union

MU General Secretary reacts to Brexit