“The culture secretary, Jeremy Hunt, today confirmed plans to abolish the UK Film Council. … The move is part of a raft of DCMS cost-cutting measures that involve the merger, abolition or streamlining of 16 public bodies.”
July 29, 2010
UK Film Council to Be Abolished
The Guardian (UK) 07/26/10
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