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Free access to museums and galleries in England is to remain in place until at least 2011, the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) has said.
The arts and culture allocation from the spending review - "an increase" according to the chancellor, later described by the Department of Culture, Media and Sport as "a flat real settlement rising with inflation over the next three years" - might not sound very exciting, but the sigh of relief from the sector was unmistakable.
An online guide has been launched on the tax implications for both donors and beneficiaries of charitable giving to help donors give as tax-efficiently as possible. (free registration required to view)
A recent report shows the Rise of Britain as a Creative Super Power and identifies the UK’s Top 20 Creative Towns.
The Museums, Libraries and Archives Council has two new roles that are key to the delivery of the Cultural Olympiad and other programmes.
It is expected that Hodge will use her floor time to outline the government's position in relation to the video game industry.