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  • Moved by the wheels of industry
    Margaret Hodge, the minister for work and pensions, outraged former MG Rover workers last month when she told them they could get a job at the new Tesco that is opening down the road from the factory.
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    Comment
    July 2005
  • British Museum's dilemma over Nazi loot could lead to a change in the law
    A change in the law may be on the cards to let the British Museum return drawings in its collection to the Jewish family from whom they were looted by the Nazis.
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    July 2005
  • Financial hiccup delays London museum merger
    The long-awaited merger between the Museum in Docklands (MiD) and the Museum of London (MoL) has been delayed because of financial and administrative difficulties.
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    July 2005
  • Plans for London museum to showcase history of lesbian and gay community
    A new museum celebrating the history of gay and lesbian people is being planned for London.
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    July 2005
  • Scottish tourism relies on museums, says SMC study
    Museums and galleries are one of the main reasons that tourists visit Scotland, according to a report published last mont
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    July 2005
  • Clore Leadership Programme unveils line-up of Fellows for its second year
    A deputy director of collections, a curator of pre-19th century pictures and a freelance curator, are among the 27 new Fellows announced by the Clore Leadership Programme last month.
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    July 2005
  • Gulbenkian judges dig the Big Pit over its industrial rivals for this year's prize
    The personal touch of former miners telling the story of the South Wales coalfield was rewarded with £100,000 prize money and a 60 per cent rise in May bank holiday visitor figures when the Big Pit: National Mining Museum of Wales won the Gulbenkian Prize for museum of the year.
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    July 2005
  • Letters: July 2005
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    July 2005
  • Rearranging the shelves
    The Museums Association's Collections for the Future report published last month says we need to see more from our collections. Mark Suggitt agrees
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    July 2005
  • Talkback: July 2005
    Have museums become too nostalgic about the war?
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    July 2005
  • West side story
    When the Bristol job came up, Kate Brindley was quite happy in Wolverhampton. She tells Felicity Heywood what tempted her to take it
    Museums Journal
    Features
    July 2005
  • Fashion's fortune
    Fashion displays in museums have never been more popular, but all the glitz and glamour can get in the way of a sound curatorial approach, says Nicky Ryan
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    Features
    July 2005
  • Sound and vision
    It wouldn't take that much extra curation to make British exhibitions sound so much better, suggests Sarah Angliss
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    July 2005
  • Hot pots
    Its displays once made visitors' eyes glaze over, so what did France's Sandelin Museum do? Anne McHardy finds out
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    July 2005
  • The Louvre's big move
    An old mineshaft in the former mining town of Lens in northern France will soon provide a second home for the Louvre's collection, writes Roland Lloyd Parry
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    Features
    July 2005
  • Northern blight
    The home fires don't burn as brightly as they should at the Imperial War Museum North's latest exhibition, says Michael Wright
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    Reviews
    July 2005
  • Alien Abduction
    Immigration, as well as a corresponding fear of its social consequences, has long been part of Britain's history, says Onyeka
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    July 2005
  • Facing an uphill task
    Coventry was once the centre of Britain's bicycle industry, but a new show doesn't fully explain the connection, says Rachel Souhami
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    July 2005
  • Town and county
    Exploding restaurant? Runaway lorry? Cambridge's redeveloped folk museum is unfazed and Laura Drysdale is impressed
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    July 2005