1. Electioneering: U.K. Politicians Debate Future Of Biz

    April 30, 2010 12:00 AM EDT With less than a week to go before the May 6 general election in the U.K, politicians from the main parties have finally got round to debating the future of the music industry. So far, the election has been dominated by issues such as the budget d ...

  2. U.K. Govt Steps In To Protect Abbey Road

    February 23, 2010 7:38 AM EST 0 0 0 Following speculation over the sale of Abbey Road studios, the U.K. government has listed the building at Grade II, which gives it a protected status. The 1830s villa at No. 3 Abbey Road in north London was given Grade II status based on the histori ...

  3. U.K. Govt Steps In To Protect Abbey Road

    February 23, 2010 12:00 AM EST Following speculation over the sale of Abbey Road studios, the U.K. government has listed the building at Grade II, which gives it a protected status. The 1830s villa at No. 3 Abbey Road in north London was given Grade II status based on the histo ...

  4. U.K. Music Education Project's 5th Anniversary

    June 24, 2008 12:00 AM EDT The British music education program Musical Futures is marking its fifth anniversary with a conference at London's Southbank Centre on June 30. The In Your Hands event will feature performances by ten school acts and speakers including cultur ...

  5. U.K. Minister Hodge Joins AIM Confab

    January 07, 2008 12:00 AM EST Government minister Margaret Hodge and Beggars Group chairman Martin Mills will be among the panellists at AIM's Investing in Music discussion being held Jan. 10 in London. The U.K. independent sector's trade body is hosting the invite-o ...

  6. Hodge Takes Music Brief In U.K. Gov't Reshuffle

    July 04, 2007 12:00 AM EDT Margaret Hodge is the new U.K. government minister responsible for the country's music sector. As minister for creative industries, she replaces Shaun Woodward, who held the post last year, and James Purnell, who served in the same role in 20 ...