Submitted on Thursday 8th October 2020
Rejected on Thursday 15th October 2020
Current status: Rejected
Rejection code: honours (see below for details)
Replace Oliver Dowden as Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport
- New cabinet leadership.
- New avenues for industry-feedback on policies.
- New avenues for information to prepare for future industry disruption caused by Covid-19, as well as the transition from EU membership.
- Greater support in addressing the aforementioned issues.
The UK’s world-leading music and nightlife industry has never been closer to ruin - with the peril created by Brexit and the new tier-5 visa stipulations posing the greatest existential threat to the pre Covid-19 industry-space to date. Now with six+ months of lockdown measures, little to no cash-flow, a drought of useful information and support from the government, and new policy uncertainties - as it stands the industry as we know it has little to no chance of surviving to next summer.
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