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Oliver Dowden defends UK government's record on arts funding

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Oliver Dowden defends UK government's record on arts funding

Oliver Dowden defends UK government's record on arts funding

Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden has defended the UK government's record of providing support for the arts and creative industries.

Thirty-six cultural organisations will receive over £77 million from the £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund.

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