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Musicians touring threat after Brexit

MUSICIANS should be protected when touring and trading under any Brexit deal, according to Argyll MP Brendan O’Hara.

Mr O’Hara, the newlyappointed spokesperson for the SNP on culture, media and sport, gave his support to the creative industries at an event in Westminster aimed at highlighting the potential risks of Brexit.

He said: ‘It is vital the UK government gets the best possible deal for the sector – the ability to tour and trade easily with the UK’s largest export market and to attract talent, EU arts funding, workers’ rights and the rights of EU citizens in the UK. Musicians are rightly concerned that the Brexit process may lead to the introduction of work permits and visas for British musicians touring and working across Europe, which would be problematic if you are working in several different European countries over the course of a few days.

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