The UK Chancellor of the Exchequer doubled the support for freelance workers from 40 percent of average trading profits following the announcement of the second lockdown in England
Musicians’ Union General Secretary Horace Trubridge has called on the Chancellor of the Exchequer to recognise that musicians’ jobs have been made 'unviable' only by the government’s rules
'Unviability' is Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s reasoning for not extending his Covid-19 support schemes to thousands of UK businesses. It has caused panic through many industries that we take for granted as part of British life, with the…
Not-for-profit consultancy UCan Play has launched new training materials and a mentoring programme for musicians whose work has been negatively affected by Covid-19
New Covid restrictions imposed by the Northern Ireland Executive have effectively banned live music across the region, according to the Musicians’ Union
New data published by the Musicians' Union (MU) suggest that 87% of those members who have received government support during the Covid-19 crisis face financial hardship when the schemes end
Several British music and cultural organisations have agreed to a set of seven principles to improve inclusivity and access to disabled artists and audiences
UK charity Music for All's Learn to Play Day events offer the general public the chance to have a free ‘taster’ lesson on a musical instrument.