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If you wish, Mr Speaker, I will certainly do that.
It is important to have music in schools—I absolutely recognise that—and I am working closely with colleagues at the Department for Educa
I know what the Government want, Mr Speaker. So—[Interruption.] I think our colleague was going to ask a question.
What I can guarantee is that my portfolio involves looking after the interests of musicians and orchestras.
Tourism is an incredibly important part—one of the most important parts—of the UK economy, generating £68 billion a year and employing mo
Yes, I will.
I do. My hon. Friend may have seen an article by the director of the Victoria & Albert Museum.
As outlined in the table, since April 2013, Arts Council England has invested over £1 million in arts and culture projects in St Helens N
I absolutely agree. In fact, more people visit the theatre than go to premiership football matches in any given year.
Of course, the state of education that the Government inherited in 2010 was because of the previous Labour Government’s incompetence.