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  • Scotland’s plan to tax tourists gathers pace
    With Edinburgh council having backed a levy of £2 per night, the government has started a public consultation
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.11.2019
  • MA conference finds sector is ready to change its ways
    A range of challenging issues was tackled at the event in Brighton last month, and it also felt as though practical solutions were being sought
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.11.2019
  • Is £125m for repairs simply papering over the cracks?
    The DCMS’s Cultural Investment Fund, which will help address the UK’s crumbling museum infrastructure, is very welcome, but what institutions need is core revenue funding to guarantee their long-term survival
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.11.2019
  • Museums set their sights on public sector commissions
    Cultural institutions are starting to explore the opportunities afforded by local authorities moving away from the direct provision of statutory services. Geraldine Kendall reports
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.03.2014
  • The digitisation of the donation box
    Following a six-month trial, the National Funding Scheme's Donate platform has been launched nationally. Patrick Steel assesses whether the public will embrace the technology
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.03.2014
  • Redressing funding skew will take time
    What has changed since it was revealed that the capital dominates ACE funding? By Patrick Steel
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.03.2014
  • Could trustees be political pawns?
    Government's removal of non-Tories from public bodies and increasing involvement in national museum boards could jeopardise arm's-length principle. Gareth Harris reports
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.03.2014
  • Is the Cultural Gifts Scheme working?
    Rebecca Atkinson reports on the progress of a government scheme to enable UK taxpayers to donate works of art and other heritage objects to the nation
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    02.12.2013
  • Museums still hold Nazi loot
    Some museums still house works looted by the Nazis. Patrick Steel asks whether the UK is dragging its feet on spoliation research
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    02.12.2013
  • EBacc leads to fall in arts GCSEs sat
    Cultural Learning Alliance report reignites debate over impact of English Baccalaureate, as number of arts GCSEs taken has fallen 14% since 2010. Gareth Harris reports
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    02.12.2013
  • Emergency Red List for Syria published
    The crisis in Syria has prompted Icom to launch a resource to help prevent the illegal trade of cultural objects. Patrick Steel assesses the effectiveness of the 13 lists
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    02.12.2013
  • London bias in culture funding is laid bare
    Independent report reveals that residents of London received 10 times more from taxpayer and lottery arts funding than those in the English regions. Geraldine Kendall investigates
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    02.12.2013
  • Benefits are taken on trust
    Despite many museum services moving to trust status, local authorities do provide advantages 
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.02.2012