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DCMS Release New Guidance for Touring Musicians in the Event of a No Deal Brexit

The Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport has released a two-part advice guide for arts, cultural, creative, heritage and sports organisations on touring Europe after a no deal Brexit.

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The MU is lobbying hard to avoid a no deal Brexit. Photocredit: Shutterstock

The MU is lobbying hard to avoid a no deal Brexit and we hope that MPs will stop this from happening. It does, however, remain a real possibility.

Touring members are advised to familiarise themselves with the new guide from the DCMS in case of a no deal Brexit going through.

Members may also find UK Music’s guide for musicians in the case of a no deal Brexit useful, and Arts Council England have also published a guide signposting relevant government information for arts and cultural organisations should a no deal Brexit happen.

For the MU’s latest advice, guidance and news on Brexit – including information on preparing for a no deal Brexit – visit our Brexit Guidance Hub.


Published: 04/10/2019

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