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The strings attached to Government funding

THE Government has made a great deal of its promise in July to provide £1.57 billion in grants and loans towards sustaining the cultural sector through its present crisis. However, as Athena commented then, the real value of the so-called Cultural Recovery Fund depends in part on whatand gave an insight into the issue.

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