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Dowden: We will protect ‘crown jewels’ of UK culture

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Dowden: We will protect ‘crown jewels’ of UK culture

Dowden: We will protect ‘crown jewels’ of UK culture

Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden has confirmed despite the pledge of £1.5bn to help save the culture industry not all venues and jobs can be saved.

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