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A federal bill that would revoke tax credits for films deemed inappropriate by the government will open a 'Pandora's Box of censorship' that could see controversial ideas snuffed out across the arts.
The British way of running the arts has fallen into terminal disarray. The thin blue Keynesian line that held politics apart from the arts has been eradicated under New Labour.
The new legislation also dispenses with the much-lauded "arms length" principle which prevented culture ministers interfering with the artistic decisions of arts organisations.
The nation's top cultural policymaker urged left-leaning leaders of cultural organizations appointed under the Roh Moo-hyun administration to step down.
Government officials have been accused of undermining the well-established principle of staying at arm's length when it comes to arts funding.
Geraint Talfan Davies, former Chairman of Arts Council Wales, gives a graphic account of a battle to maintain the arm’s length principle in arts funding in Wales.