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The Secretary of State has launched "What you said about the BBC". A paper which summarises the main points put to DCMS during the BBC Charter review consultation and in the accompanying programme of survey research. Press Notice: Jowell Publishes Findings of Major Consultation on Future of BBC. [20 July 2004]

The leader of London's bid to win the 2012 Olympics and young sports stars who are hoping to compete in the games met the Prime Minister at a Downing Street reception celebrating the big contribution sport makes to life in Britain. [19 July 2004]

Estelle Morris welcomes the appointment of Tom Bewick as Chief Executive of Creative and Cultural Industries Limited, the Sector Skills Council in Development for the Arts, Music, Crafts, Design, Museums and Cultural Heritage. [19 July 2004]

A Government led initiative to help the UK's Creative Industries sector has been launched by Arts Minister Estelle Morris and Science and Innovation Minister Lord Sainsbury.  [19 July 2004]

The tourism reform agenda moves on as Tessa Jowell launches Tomorrow's Tourism Today and announces the Tourism Reform and Implementation Group. Press Notice: Jowell Spells Out Drive To Propel Tourism To Future Success. [19 July 2004]

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