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Department for Culture Media and Sport

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Children & Young People's Learning to benefit as Govt. announces £9.4m investment in Museum & Galleries education.

29/12/2005

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Museums and Galleries across England received a £9.4 million boost today as the Government announced new funding for educational work. Children and young people across the country will benefit as national and regional museums and galleries will work closely with schools and help bring the curriculum to life.

Arts Council Peer Review Published

21/12/2005

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The Arts Council has played a key role in ensuring that the arts are now healthier, more optimistic and more central to national life than ever before, according to an independent peer review, published today by the organisation.

Culture Minister Defers Export Of An English Breech-Loading Magazine-Primed Flintlock Fowling Piece By Robert Rowland, Dated 1718

20/12/2005

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Culture Minister, David Lammy, has placed a temporary export bar on an English breech-loading magazine-primed flintlock fowling piece by Robert Rowland, dated 1718.  This will provide a last chance to raise the money to keep the fowling piece in the United Kingdom. 

Culture Minister Defers Export Of A Pair Of Paintings By Canaletto, View Of The Grand Walk, Vauxhall Gardens And The Interior Of The Rotunda, Ranelagh

20/12/2005

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Culture Minister, David Lammy, has placed a temporary export bar on two paintings by Giovanni Antonio Canal, Il Canaletto (1697-1768):  View of the Grand Walk, Vauxhall Gardens and The Interior of the Rotunda, Ranelagh .  This will provide a last chance to raise the money to keep the paintings in the United Kingdom. 

Jowell And Allen: Every Corner Of The Country To Feel The 2012 Effect

15/12/2005

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The whole of the UK can – and will – benefit from London staging the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games.

New Survey Shows 94 Percent of Adults Living in England Engaged in at Least One Cultural or Sporting Activity During the Past Year

15/12/2005

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"Taking Part" Tessa Jowell unveils first results of who does – and doesn't – attend or participate in DCMS-sponsored activities

Cultural Items Totalling £5.6 Million In Value Saved For The Nation Following Export Deferral

15/12/2005

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The Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport has, today, published her first report on the export controls on objects of cultural interest, as required by the Export Control Act 2002.  This report is published together with the 51st Annual Report of the Reviewing Committee on the Export of Works of Art.

Cultural Items Totalling £5.6 Million In Value Saved For The Nation Following Export Deferral

15/12/2005

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The Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport has, today, published her first report on the export controls on objects of cultural interest, as required by the Export Control Act 2002. 

Independent Licensing Fees Review Panel Interim Report Published

05/12/2005

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The Government today published the interim report of an independent panel that has been set up to consider whether new licensing fees are set at the right level.

New Cultural Test For British Films

05/12/2005

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Details of a new test which will ensure British films deliver real benefits to our domestic film industry, UK audiences and the British economy, were set out today by Creative Industries Minister, James Purnell.

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