Department for Culture Media and Sport
170/04 Kebab shops, burger bars and hotdog vans could, from next year, be shut down if they are attracting alcohol-fuelled violence and rowdy behaviour after the pubs have shut, Licensing Minister, Richard Caborn warned today.
Seven items worth £6.8 million have been saved for the nation following export deferral during 2003-04.
The new system for deciding the location and licensing regime for new casinos was set out in the Gambling Bill Standing Committee today.
165/04 The 2004 Spending Review will bring a massive £431 million from central government for sport over the period 2005 to 2008. This represents an annual funding rise of 31% from £118 million in 2004-05 to over £155 million in 2007-08.
166/04 The Government is today unveiling a half-billion pound boost for PE and sport in our schools - to give all children access to at least four hours of it each week by the end of the decade.
Heritage Minister Andrew McIntosh has today announced that the wreck site of an early 17th century ship has been designated under the Protection of Wrecks Act 1973.
A culture funding package for the next three years which sees a record uplift for England's museums and galleries was unveiled today by Culture Secretary Tessa Jowell.
162/04 Heritage Minister Andrew McIntosh today welcomed the inclusion of a measure in the Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Bill that will put the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE) on a statutory basis. CABE will be changed from a private company to a statutory body.
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