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MP Tracy Brabin to auction “shouldergate” dress for Girlguiding

Shadow culture secretary, Tracy Brabin, has disclosed she is auctioning her off-the-shoulder dress for charity.

Rise in book piracy gives weight to Williams Powell’s call on government to keep UK at forefront of IP laws

The development of new technology over the years has culminated in new challenges for the legal industry concerning property rights, such as patents, trademarks, designs and intellectual property. This is no more truer than in the film and music industries, where illegal downloading of content has caused significant losses for the sectors.

Ventures like Sport4Kids Franchising Ltd vital for the FA’s long-term strategy

Back in 2013, the appointment of Greg Dyke as chairman of the Football Association was a turning point in English football’s underlying strategy and the start of its emphasis on developing homegrown talent.

Corbyn promises “cultural renaissance” with £1 billion investment in the arts

The Labour party have promised an investment of £1 billion in the arts, at the launch of their “Arts for All” manifesto yesterday evening.

NEST Management helps drive rapidly expanding martial arts market

The latter half of the twentieth century saw the sport of boxing explode. As television ownership increased, so too did the popularity of fixtures and the fighters. Muhammad Ali became an international sensation, while Mike Tyson arrived later to terrorise the nineties.

Owners of English Football League clubs can look to Luton Town blueprint for inspiration

2019 has been a year in which the state of finances and the manner in which clubs are run in English football have once again come under scrutiny.

Cabinet Review: Nicky Morgan

Following the recent appointment of Boris Johnson's cabinet, we have launched a series of articles to assess how each sector views their new Secretary of State. Our fifth instalment focuses on Nicky Morgan, the new Minister of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport.

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