Submitted on Thursday 8th October 2020
Rejected on Thursday 15th October 2020
Current status: Rejected
Rejection code: no-action (see below for details)
UK entertainment is hemorrhaging. The Government's flippancy must change now.
We want a re-think on the importance of the arts and entertainments industry instead of being told to just retrain and get jobs in another sector. Is this the way to help a dying industry?
Because theatres and other venues will never recover unless a way is found, safely of course, to bring back live entertainment.
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The Government e-Petitions Team gave the following reason:
We understand you'd like the Government to re-think its approach to the arts and entertainment industry, but it's not clear what you mean by that.
You could start a new petition explaining clearly what you would like the Government or Parliament to do.
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