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More than one in five Creative Industries Federation members say they would consider moving their business abroad if the UK and the EU reach no favourable trade deal.
A cross-party select committee has called for continued membership of Creative Europe post-Brexit and argues for free movement during any transition period.
An impact analysis commissioned by London's mayor shows the country could lose up to £3.3bn in growth by 2030 if no long-term or transitional deal is put in place.
39 reports have been released by the Exiting the EU committee, but the Government has “decided not to publish” the comments and issues raised by the sectors themselves.
The European Commission has said Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union means participation in the 2023 title “will not be possible”.
A joint campaign by a-n and the Incorporated Society of Musicians is lobbying for continued freedom of movement post-Brexit for anyone working in the creative industries.
Artist Mark Wallinger and musician Julian Lloyd Webber are among those backing a Pan-European set of recommendations for Brexit negotiators in the UK and Europe.
35 creative, cultural and heritage organisations from across the UK have been awarded a combined €3.2m in funding.
The need for clarity has emerged as a key priority for arts organisations following the confirmation that no political party has won majority control of the House of Commons.
Research by the Creative Industries Federation suggests almost 75% of creative organisations think restricting immigration would hurt business.
Calls for the creative industries to remain a priority during Brexit negotiations, and for new policies to provide economic security and address the “skills time bomb” in the sector, are among the proposals.
Following the Brexit vote, are young European actors who have chosen to work in the UK likely to stay? Mark C. Hewitt sounded out a few of them.
Leaving the European Union presents opportunities to make education policy and the visa system more responsive to the needs of the creative industries, a select committee has heard.
Negotiations with the EU will need to consider the status of freelance workers as well as employed staff, the Creative Industries Federation has warned.
Deputy Chief Executive Iain Munro has said that new arts funding models will have to be considered in these unprecedented times.
Competing UK cities will continue with their bids, despite a lack of reassurance from organisers Creative Europe that the UK will remain a host country in 2023.
Concerns have been raised about international artistic exchange and the export of cultural products, following the UK’s vote to leave the EU.
The popular press has dismissed anti-Brexit arts figures as ‘luvvies’ after a survey revealed the vast majority of workers in the creative sector will vote for Britain to remain in the EU.
Arts in the UK are stronger and better off thanks to EU membership. As the referendum approaches, Lucy Thomas calls for the sector to speak up.
The UK’s arts and cultural sector has borne the burden of EU law for long enough – we have nothing to fear from leaving the EU, says Harriet Bridgeman.