The unions are accusing the British government of pursuing measures already in place, and of Brexit responsibility for EU countries.
“Very worried about nothing.” The sentiment of British artists in front of the London pose would certainly have been inspired by William Shakespeare’s sequel Just a lot of noise. The unions and unions representing the cultural community are reported to be disappointed the next day with the government’s announcement. Defender . The English Ministry of Culture has indicated that singers will be exempted from visas to perform in the EU in the future. It took too long to convince musicians and artists that the government continued to accuse them of failing to negotiate a deal to defend the pre-Brexit situation. The rules, which came into force at the beginning of the year, limited their freedom of movement, raising fears that taxes and restrictions would explode when it comes to the EU.
For some, David Martin, director of the Artists’ Association, said the announcement was a step in the right direction. “We already know all this in January. The idea that the government has done something wonderful or got concessions is wrong. This announcement is not new information for the music industry. The difficulties experienced by artists have different rules in each of these 19 countries. He further believes that the visa issue is only one of the many remaining issues. “I’m frustrated, I’m very worried about the future of our industry and the possibility of continuing to operate in Europe. This is – so far – the most important market for British artists. The shortage is huge.”
Live, The Federation representing the professionals of the scene, regrets that the measures announced by the Ministry of Culture are a review of the positions already taken by the member states of the Union. “We are grateful to the government for clarifying the arrangements before the trip to various European countries., Says Greg Formley, director of the federation. But there is nothing new in this press release, we are still a long way from being able to travel to EU countries without a visa. ” In the end, “This is a small piece of a big travel puzzle”. Cultural experts are also waiting for the best definition of the concept of the tour “Court Rule”.
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British musicians will be exempted from visa or work permit in 19 EU countries. They can operate there independently within three months, without having to carry out administrative procedures subject to other nationalities. The announcement comes after months of negotiations led by musicians such as Elton John and Ed Sheeran. They worried about the fate of British artists. Sir Elton feared that post-Brexit regulation would be sacrificed “A Generation of Talent”. The talks, led by the British Ministry of Culture, included Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia and Sweden. The government is currently working to obtain such concessions from the remaining eight countries.
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