Artists are the beating heart of the UK Creative Industries sector. We need to ensure that the digital streaming market is working fairly.
Following the recent devastation of Storm Arwen, and the reports that Storm Barra is expected to arrive in the UK today (7 December), I have been contacted by UK Power Networks with a briefing on their preparations for the Storm, and useful advice and contacts numbers to pass onto constituents should they be required.
As part of my ongoing work to help communities in Mid Norfolk, I was invited to visit the Watton Hockey Club and meet with members to discuss various options that they are looking at to help fund the worn-out Astroturf pitch that is so desperately in need of replacing.
George Freeman speaks in the debate to make clear the Government’s is acting on the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee Report in order to ensure that the digital streaming market provides fair remuneration for musicians and all our creative artists.
1 in 2 of us will get cancer in our lifetime.
That’s why groups like Caring Friends for Cancer in Mid Norfolk are so important. While our world class British Life Science industry strives forward in search of a cure, groups like Caring Friends work tireless to fundraise for, and support, those unfortunate enough to get cancer – as well as their families.