- Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport
- Part of:
- Elite sports performance, 2012 Olympic and Paralympic legacy, Arts and culture, Media and creative industries, Museums and galleries Sports participation, Equality, Tourism, Conservation of historic buildings and monuments, Gambling regulation, National Lottery funding, Library services, National events and ceremonies, Broadband investment, and Communications and telecomms
- 8 June 2010
This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
The Government’s Culture, Olympics, media and sport programme is online and commentable.
The Coalition: our programme for government_ is a historic document in British politics - it’s the first time in over half a century that two parties have come together to prepare joint plans in this way. It sets out a programme for partnership government over the next five years.
These plans are inspired by the values of freedom, fairness and responsibility, and a shared desire to work in the national interest. Working together, we are confident that we can take the country through difficult times to better days ahead.
The Government believes that a vibrant cultural, media and sporting sector is crucial for our well-being and quality of life. We need to promote excellence in these fields, with government funding used where appropriate to encourage philanthropic and corporate investment.
Published: 8 June 2010
Part of: Elite sports performance 2012 Olympic and Paralympic legacy Arts and culture Media and creative industries Museums and galleries Sports participation Equality Tourism Conservation of historic buildings and monuments Gambling regulation National Lottery funding Library services National events and ceremonies Broadband investment Communications and telecomms