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General Election 2019: the party manifestos and the arts
Searching for references to the arts in a general election so dominated by Brexit really is like searching for a needle in a haystack. Of course funding of the arts and culture in Scotland is devolved, but decisions made in Westminster can ultimately have an impact across the UK.
With that in mind, the dearth of any big ideas about the role of arts and culture in society and its importance both socially and economically is disappointing if not unsurprising.
So, as the main parties’ manifestos continue to be published, apart from not very much, what are they saying about arts and culture so far?
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