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Five mini capitals of culture revealed after Hull's success
Sean Scully exhibition at Yorkshire Sculpture Park in Wakefield.. Photo: Andrew McCaren/LNP/REX/Shutterstock

Five areas across England are set to receive a share of a £20m investment to fund local creative industries and help drive economic growth, the government announced on Friday.

The Cultural Development Fund launched by the department for digital, culture, media and sport (DCMS) is the first investment of its kind, and will be divided up between Grimsby, Plymouth, Wakefield, Worcester and the Thames Estuary.

Each area will use the funding on local cultural plans specifically tailored to its own strengths and needs, the DCMS said in a press release. Plans focus on supporting local arts sectors, increasing cultural access and providing greater opportunity for people to forge creative careers.

The funding is expected to create about 1,300 new jobs, provide skills training to over 2,000 people and support at least 700 business.

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Jeremy Wright, culture secretary, said: “Creativity, arts and heritage make our towns and cities unique and our communities better places to live.

“The Cultural Development Fund will support tailored local plans that use culture to create jobs, boost tourism and ultimately regenerate communities. This is an incredible opportunity that will not only help people build careers in the arts and culture locally, but also boost wider investment and diversify the creative economy.”

The CDF was announced in the Creative Industries Sector Deal (CISD) last year. It aims to increase access to arts, heritage and the creative industries and support the growth of new businesses in order to attract more visitors to each area, boosting local economies.

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More than £150m has been invested in the creative sector by the government and industry through the CISD, which makes up part of the government’s industrial strategy.

The government says it has helped cultural and creative business across Britain thrive, with the value of the nation’s creative sector recently hitting a record £100m.

The fund was launched after the success of Hull as the UK City of Culture in 2017. The £3bn investment created more than 800 new jobs in the city and delivered a significant economic boost in the four years since it was awarded the title in 2013.

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Nicholas Serota, chair of Arts Council England, said: “At the Arts Council we believe that arts, culture and creativity have the power to transform people’s lives and the places where they live.

“It’s been a pleasure to work with DCMS to deliver the CDF, which makes significant investment across the arts, heritage and creative industries to bring about real change – and gives us the opportunity to demonstrate and quantify the impact that arts and culture have on economic growth and productivity in urban areas.”


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So this Brexit farce gets even more complicated…

Gotta refill my popcorn stacks. We will endure this British entertainment franchise for even longer, and it does not get boring, still.

Sorry for the Remainers, though, who wished all of this wouldn’t happen.

Maybe this will at least show other countries what are the implications of such an insane decision.

Let’s see how long Theresa will keep doing this until she changes her mind. Lately she suggested a Remain scenario would be more likely than a hard Brexit. That’s not far from accepting the obvious.


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University chiefs angry over ‘elitist’ student loan plans
The heads of UK universities have reacted angrily to leaked proposals they say would bar thousands of disadvantaged young people from going to university by preventing them from getting student loans. They also say that if the government goes ahead with rumoured plans to cut tuition fees, undergraduates would experience a poorer quality of education, less mental health support and a smaller choice of degree subjects.
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Police investigate racist death threats towards Bristol mayor
Messages received by Marvin Rees and deputy Asher Craig spark security clampdown
By Robert Booth

The mayor and the deputy mayor of Bristol have received racist death threats, sparking a security clampdown for politicians in the city and a police investigation. One threat sent to mayor Marvin Rees and his deputy Asher Craig through Facebook referred to the Labour MP Jo Cox, who was killed a week before the Brexit referendum in 2016. Another threat was sprayed on the pavement outside Rees’s house late on Friday night. It read: “Marvin must die.” Both incidents are being treated as racially aggravated harassment. Avon and Somerset police said a 27-year-old has been arrested and released on bail. Rees became the first directly elected black mayor of a major European city in 2016 when he defeated the independent incumbent George Ferguson. He appointed Craig, who is also black, as deputy mayor responsible for communities.


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