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  • Culture faces death by a thousand cuts
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    February 2007
  • Wandsworth Museum faces closure and the future of its collection is uncertain
    Wandsworth Museum faces closure and its 15 members of staff are likely to be redeployed or made redundant, according to Peter Brennan, the director of leisure at Wandsworth Council
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    News
    February 2007
  • Two museum plans unveiled for Edinburgh city centre site
    Two museum proposals have been launched for the long-vacant Royal High School building in central Edinburgh.
    Museums Journal
    News
    February 2007
  • 'Timid' Scottish culture bill 'lacks teeth' and fails to deliver on entitlement
    The first draft of the Culture (Scotland) Bill, published last December, hasn't delivered on cultural entitlement, according to museum professionals.
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    News
    February 2007
  • Explosion fights to remain open
    Explosion, the Museum of Naval Firepower at Gosport, has been caught in the crossfire of local politics again and may be forced to close.
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    News
    February 2007
  • Police tackle art and antiques crime by training museum staff as officers
    Five museum and heritage professionals will be trained as special constables by April this year, with full police powers and uniforms to match, as part of a scheme to tackle art and antiques crime in London.
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    News
    February 2007
  • Detectorists unearth record amounts of buried treasure
    There was a significant increase in the number of archaeological finds reported in 2005, according to a report published last month.
    Museums Journal
    News
    February 2007
  • Ten line up for Gulbenkian Prize
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    February 2007
  • Letters: February 2007
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    February 2007
  • Letters: February 2007
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    February 2007
  • Impact assessment
    Maurice Davies says a new report that analyses the economic and social impact of museums and galleries is useful, but the facts are skewed by spin
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    February 2007
  • Slow progress
    Philip Kiberd on why the museum sector should put a brake on the way it works
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    February 2007
  • Talkback: February 2007
    Is trust status the only alternative for cash-strapped museums?
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    February 2007
  • Human gains
    Tristram Besterman says repatriating human remains costs museums little, while doing a great deal of good
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    February 2007
  • The young ones
    Felicity Heywood hears how Vaughan Allen and his youthful team are planning to turn around Urbis and make it the hip place to go in Manchester
    Museums Journal
    Features
    February 2007
  • Public relations
    In the last of three articles on disposal, Sharon Heal looks at how public perception and industry attitudes are changing, and what the future might hold
    Museums Journal
    Features
    February 2007
  • Food glorious food
    Museums in the Fens are hoping that a travelling exhibition about food, which will address everything from migrant workers to climate change, will help to raise their profile. By Simon Stephens
    Museums Journal
    Features
    February 2007
  • Setting the scene
    Jane Insley on how dioramas have moved far beyond their roots in natural history displays to be used to explain everything from military battles to the history of science
    Museums Journal
    Features
    February 2007
  • Cultural revolution
    The Pompidou Centre had a bold artistic remit when it opened in 1977, but on its 30th birthday has it become just another international cultural institution? By Roland Lloyd Parry
    Museums Journal
    Features
    February 2007
  • Military honours
    Sharon Heal on how storytelling is at the heart of a museum that commemorates the contribution Jews have made to the UK armed forces over three centuries
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    February 2007