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Attitude is Everything’s Next Stage survey, supported by the Musicians’ Union, reveals 2 in 3 musicians have had to compromise their health and wellbeing to perform live.

MPs and Peers looked at access to music and the challenges emerging artists face in the second session of the ‘Breaking the Class Ceiling’ inquiry.

In 2013 the government introduced legislation implementing EU Directive 2011/77/EU. The primary purpose of the directive was to increase the term of copyright, and related performers’ rights, from 50 to 70 years. But what did this change mean for performers going forward?

Following talks between European Union leaders and Prime Minister Theresa May, Brexit has been extended for up to six months.

The Musicians’ Union (MU) was delighted to take a delegation to the TUC Young Workers’ Conference 2019.

New Musicians’ Union (MU) research reveals the perilous state of music education in England, caused by chaotic education policies that have created a postcode lottery in provision.

A new report from the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee says the Government must act now to protect music. The Musicians’ Union (MU) is delighted to see the inquiry take on board our concerns about working in the European Union (EU) post-Brexit.

The Performers’ Alliance All Party Parliamentary Group is looking into social mobility in the creative sector, including music.

The Musicians’ Union (MU) is delighted to be attending Trades Union Congress (TUC) Women’s Conference once again this Women’s History Month.

Young Guns Network’s latest panel looked at sponsorship and how you can find funding for new releases, events and other music industry projects.