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  • Unique tear shaped tray from 17th century Southern India at risk of export

    A mysterious and uniquely designed tray from the historic city of Bidar in South India is at risk of being exported from the UK unless a buyer can be found.

  • News Corp UK and Ireland Limited - Invitation to Comment on a request to accept undertakings in place of conditions relating to its acquisition of The Times and The Sunday Times newspapers in 1981

    Invitation to comment on the News UK application to DCMS requesting that the Secretary of State accept proposed undertakings in place of undertakings agreed in 1981

  • Statement on proposed undertakings by News UK in respect of The Times and Sunday Times

    Statement on proposed undertakings to replace conditions attached to the then Secretary of State for Trade’s consent to the transfer of The Times and The Sunday Times

  • The Times/The Sunday Times: proposed undertakings to vary 1981 conditions

    Documents relating to the application by News UK requesting that the Secretary of State accept proposed undertakings in place of undertakings 1981 conditions attached to the then Secretary of State for Trade’s consent to the transfer of The Times and The Sunday Times.

  • Jeremy Wright's Value of Culture Speech

    Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Jeremy Wright's Value of Culture speech at the Belgrade Theatre, Coventry

  • Five areas to share £20 million to unleash creativity across the nation

    Grimsby, Thames Estuary, Plymouth, Wakefield and Worcester will receive millions of pounds of funding to invest in culture

  • Acquisition of Johnston Press Group by JPI Media

    The Secretary of State has the power to intervene in merger situations where media public interest concerns arise.

  • Decision letter on local inquiry into library provision in Darlington

    Letter from Minister for Arts, Heritage and Tourism, Michael Ellis, explaining his decision not to hold a local inquiry into Darlington library provision.

  • Community Life Survey: Focus on Loneliness

    This publication expands upon the 2017-18 Community Life Survey statistical release with a focus on Loneliness.

  • Community Life Survey

    This series brings together all the releases of the Community Life Survey.

  • Community-led broadband schemes

    Information on establishing community broadband solutions illustrated by case studies of different community schemes across the UK

  • Margot James' speech at the Tech Talent Charter's one year anniversary event

    Margot James, Minister for Digital and the Creative Industries, delivered the keynote speech at the one year anniversary of Tech Talent Charter

  • Natural History Museum Reappointments

    The Prime Minister has reappointed Hilary Newiss and Simon Patterson as Trustees of the Natural History Museum each for a term of four years, commencing on 5 January 2019.

  • UK Anti-Doping Reappointments

    The Secretary of State has reappointed Pippa Britton and Sarah Winckless to the board of UK Anti-Doping for second terms of three years from 23 March 2019 to 22 March 2022.

  • Theatres Trust Reappointments

    The Secretary of State has reappointed Richard Baldwin and Patrick Dillon as Trustees of the Theatres Trust for terms of 3 years from 1 January 2019.

  • Winners of £4 million DCMS Wolfson fund announced

    35 museums and galleries across the country will receive grants of up to £300,000

  • Community Life Survey 2017-18

    The Community Life Survey is held annually to track trends and developments in areas that encourage social action and empower communities.

  • DCMS Community Life Survey: Ad-hoc statistical releases

    This page lists links to ad hoc statistical analyses on Community Life Survey results that have not been included in our standard publications.

  • Unique 18th century harpsichord at risk of export

    A unique 18th century harpsichord is at risk of being exported from the UK unless a buyer can be found.

  • New UK-Japanese research partnership to tackle degenerative and incurable diseases

    Medical researchers in Britain and Japan are to join forces in the fight to advance research into treatments for some of the most debilitating degenerative diseases.

  • Audience of the Future launch

    Margot James addresses the launch of the Audience of the Future scheme

  • Museums and galleries monthly visits

    Provisional statistics on the number of visits to our sponsored museums and galleries are published here every month.

  • Greyhound welfare boosted through multi-million pound deal with gambling industry

    Bookmakers agree additional payments worth up to £3 million in a positive step which will ensure a fair return to the sport from industry giants

  • eCommerce EU Exit Guidance

    Guidance on the eCommerce Directive in the event of a ‘no deal’ EU exit

  • Visits from Japan to the UK expected to grow in 2019

    Japanese tourism to the UK is expected to grow this year to its highest level since 2007, as the two countries continue to strengthen economic and cultural ties.

  • Trustees Reappointed at the British Library

    The Secretary of State has reappointed Tracy Chevalier and Dr Simon Thurley as Trustees of the British Library for a terms of four years from 1 April 2019.

  • Gambling Commission Reappointment

    The Secretary of State has reappointed Trevor Pearce to the board of the Gambling Commission for a second term of four years from 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2023.

  • Natural History Museum Reappointment

    The Secretary of State has reappointed Professor Sir Stephen Sparks to the board of the Natural History Museum on the nomination of the Royal Society for a second term of four years from 1 January 2019 to 31 December 2022.

  • S4C Board Member Reappointment

    The Secretary of State has reappointed Hugh Hesketh Evans as Board Member of S4C for a term of 2 years commencing on 20 November 2018.

  • Extension of two Trustees at the National Museums Liverpool

    The Secretary of State has extended the terms of Carmel Booth and Dr Nicola Thorp at National Museums Liverpool by one year from 25 January 2019.

  • Trustee Appointed to the Royal Museums Greenwich

    The Prime Minister has appointed Alastair Marsh as Audit and Risk Trustee of Royal Museums Greenwich for a term of four years commencing on 3 December 2018.

  • UK's Creative Industries thrive in Japan

    UK film and music sectors thriving in Japan as creative industries love affair between the two countries continues.

  • Thousands to benefit from multi-million pound boost to youth organisations

    More than 6,000 uniformed group places are being created for young people from disadvantaged backgrounds across England

  • BDUK OJEU ITT Template Part 1

    The OJEU ITT template(s) to be used as part of the invitation to tender documentation under BDUK’s 2016 State Aid Decision

  • BDUK OJEU ITT Template Part 2

    The OJEU ITT part 2 template(s) to be used as part of the invitation to tender documentation under BDUK’s 2016 State Aid Decision

  • BDUK OJEU ITT Template Part2 -Appendix2 Bidder Response

    The Bidder Response template(s) to be used as part of the invitation to tender documentation under BDUK’s 2016 State Aid Decision

  • BDUK OJEU ITT Template Part2 - Appendix3 Speed and Coverage

    The Speed and Coverage template(s) to be used as part of the invitation to tender documentation under BDUK’s 2016 State Aid Decision

  • BDUK OJEU ITT Template Part2 - Appendix4 Supplier Solution

    The Supplier Solution template(s) to be used as part of the invitation to tender documentation under BDUK’s 2016 State Aid Decision

  • BDUK OJEU Project Financial Model Template

    The Project Financial Model template(s) to be used as part of the invitation to tender documentation under BDUK’s 2016 State Aid Decision

  • BDUK OJEU ITT Template Part2 - Appendix5 Compliance Matrix

    The Compliance Matrix template(s) to be used as part of the invitation to tender documentation under BDUK’s 2016 State Aid Decision

  • BDUK OJEU ITT Template Part3

    The OJEU ITT Part 3 template(s) to be used as part of the invitation to tender documentation under BDUK’s 2016 State Aid Decision

  • BDUK OJEU ITT Template Part4

    The OJEU ITT Part 4 template(s) to be used as part of the invitation to tender documentation under BDUK’s 2016 State Aid Decision

  • ‘Smart homes’ to help older and disabled people get digital skills and tackle loneliness in rural areas

    The scheme is part of funding awarded to innovative projects to help people develop digital skills

  • Age verification for pornographic material online: RPC Opinion

    Regulatory Policy Committee opinion on DCMS’ impact assessment of the Age verification for pornographic material online.

  • Network Information Security Directive: RPC Opinion

    Regulatory Policy Committee opinion on DCMS’ impact assessment of the Network Information Security Directive.

  • DCMS Transactions over £25,000 2018/19

    Spending on all items over £25,000 for each month is published as part of the Government's transparency policy.

  • DCMS Sectors Economic Estimates 2017: GVA

    Official Statistics used to provide an estimate of the contribution of DCMS Sectors to the UK economy, measured by GVA (gross value added).

  • Pankhurst statue given Grade II* listing to mark centenary of votes for women

    The statue of suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst in Victoria Tower Gardens will be upgraded to Grade II*

  • £11.5 million fund to tackle loneliness across England

    Tens of thousands of people experiencing loneliness to benefit from new £11.5m fund

  • Guidance on .eu top level domain name registrations in the event of a ‘no deal’ EU exit

    Guidance on .eu top level domain name registrations

  • NIS Regulation EU Exit Guidance

    This guidance gives information to digital service providers on how they can prepare for a no deal EU Exit scenario

  • New strategy sets ambitions for a cyber security workforce fit for the future

    Talented youngsters interested in cyber security will be given the opportunity to shine.

  • Cyber Security Skills in the UK Labour Market

    Results of independent external research which explores the UK cyber skills labour market and cyber security skills gap.

  • The Role of Further and Higher Education in Cyber Security Skills

    Results of independent external research exploring the role of further and higher education in cyber security skills development in England.

  • Cyber Security Skills Strategy

    The UK Government has launched a Call for Views on its Initial National Cyber Security Skills Strategy.

  • Birmingham Organising Committee for the 2022 Commonwealth Games Ltd Management Agreement

    Management Agreement signed by Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport and the Birmingham Organising Committee for the 2022 Commonwealth Games

  • Mapping public sector assets

    To encourage the rollout of networks, local authorities may wish to map their assets.

  • Access to public sector assets

    This section presents an overview of considerations around providing access to public sector assets.

  • Digital strategy and leadership

    How can local authorities demonstrate leadership and create a strategy to encourage investment in digital infrastructure?

  • Guidance on access agreements

    An overview of considerations around access agreements between property owners and network operators for the deployment of digital infrastructure.

  • Working with property developers

    How can communications network operators best work with property developers?

  • Resources for communications network providers

    This section provides guidance for communications network providers on legislation, regulation, working with local authorities and with property developers.

  • Considerations for the local planning authority

    How can the local planning authority support the rollout of fixed and mobile networks at the local level?

  • Resources for local authorities

    This section offers guidance to assist local authorities in areas of digital leadership, legislation, regulation, planning, public assets and deployment.

  • Digital Connectivity Portal

    The Digital Connectivity Portal provides guidance for local authorities and network providers on improving connectivity in local areas.

  • Working with local authorities

    How can communications network providers work constructively with local authorities?

  • Flowchart: access to public sector assets

    This flowchart presents an overview of the key steps local authorities and operators may take to facilitate effective digital infrastructure deployment.

  • Commercial models

    This section presents an overview of some of the commercial models available to local authorities when providing access to their assets.

  • Legislation and regulation

    The Digital Connectivity Portal provides an overview of the current legislative and regulatory environment around the deployment of digital infrastructure.

  • The Radio Spectrum (EU Exit) Regulations 2018

    Ahead of the UK’s exit from the European Union, the UK Government is seeking to use powers under Section 8 of the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 to correct deficiencies in existing UK and EU legislation resulting from EU Exit and to retain the status quo in respect of the management of radio spectrum.

  • Ad-hoc statistical analysis: 2018/19 Quarter 3

    A list of additional ad-hoc analyses not included in any of our standard publications.

  • DCMS: Special advisers' gifts, hospitality and meetings, 1 July to 30 September 2018

    Data on gifts and hospitality received by special advisers, and external meetings.

  • DCMS: Senior officials' business expenses and hospitality, 1 July to 30 September 2018

    Data on senior officials' business expenses and hospitality, and permanent secretaries' meetings with external organisations.

  • DCMS: Ministerial gifts, hospitality, travel and meetings, 1 July to 30 September 2018

    Hospitality, gifts received and overseas travel claimed by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport's ministers.

  • DCMS gender pay gap 2017/18

    DCMS's gender pay gap information as of 31 March 2018

  • The Electronic Commerce (Amendment etc.) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019

    This instrument is being made under the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 in order to address deficiencies arising in the Electronic Commerce (EC Directive) Regulations 2002 (“the eCommerce Regulations 2002”) and the Electronic Commerce Directive (Miscellaneous Provisions) Regulations 2018 (“the eCommerce Regulations 2018”) as a result of the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union in the event of ‘no deal’ EU exit.

  • Letter from Secretary of State Jeremy Wright, stating a "minded to" decision on public library provision in Northamptonshire

    Local inquiry into library provision in Northamptonshire

  • Better Broadband Scheme extended to 2019

    The Government’s successful scheme to help people struggling with the slowest broadband speeds has been extended for another year.

  • Government response to nuisance calls & messages consultation: action against directors

    Government response to consultation on taking action against directors that breach electronic marketing regulations.

  • No escape for company bosses responsible for nuisance calls

    From today, company directors whose firms plague people with unsolicited nuisance calls will be personally liable if their company breaks the law.

  • Plans to strengthen protections for Britain's most valuable treasures at risk of export

    The plans would strengthen the export deferral rules and give UK museums and buyers a greater opportunity to keep important artworks and artefacts in the country

  • Strengthening the Process for Retaining National Treasures

    Proposal to introduce a legally binding mechanism into the export control process for retaining national treasures

  • Heritage Lottery Fund Policy Directions consultation

    The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) is the largest dedicated funder of the UK’s heritage.

  • Data protection law - EU exit

    Statement relating to UK data protection law

  • Data Protection EU Exit Guidance

    Data protection if there’s no Brexit deal - six steps for businesses and organisations to take

  • Culture Secretary steps into secure Black Cultural Archives' future

    Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport to provide a £200,000 cash injection to support Black Cultural Archives in Brixton

  • The Electronic Identification and Trust Services for Electronic Transactions (Amendment) (EU Exit) Regulations 2018

    This instrument amends provisions deriving from European Union Regulation “(EU) No 910/2014 of 23 July 2014 on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market and repealing Directive 1999/93/EC” (“eIDAS Regulation”).

  • The Electronic Identification and Trust Services for Electronic Transactions (Amendment etc.) (EU Exit) Regulations 2018 (withdrawn)

    This instrument amends provisions deriving from European Union Regulation “(EU) No 910/2014 of 23 July 2014 on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market and repealing Directive 1999/93/EC” (“eIDAS Regulation”).

  • Margot James' speech at techUK's Digital Ethics Summit

    Minister for Digital, Margot James, delivered the ministerial keynote at techUK's Digital Ethics Summit

  • Taking Part: information for survey participants

    What you need to know about being part of the Taking Part survey.

  • Heritage Lottery Fund Policy Directions

    Following consultation, updated policy directions have been issued to the Heritage Lottery Fund in its role as a distributing body of National Lottery funds.

  • Local Charities Day 2018

    14 December - plan your support.

  • £20 million to boost creative industries across England

    Multimillion boost for England's creative industries

  • Michael Ellis' Speech at Heritage Day 2018

    Michael Ellis, Minister for Arts, Heritage and Tourism, delivered the keynote speech at the 2018 Heritage Day, hosted by the Heritage Alliance.

  • The Heritage Statement: One Year On

    The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport has published a 'One Year On' update, detailing Government's vision and strategy for heritage and the historic environment.

  • Innovation in Democracy Programme: Expression of Interest (EoI)

    Information for local authorities on how to submit an Expression of Interest (EoI) to take part in the Innovation in Democracy Programme.

  • Innovation in Democracy: Workshop Materials

    Guidance on how to run an Innovation in Democracy workshop, with accompanying materials.

  • UK Government signs Macolin Convention to tackle match-fixing in sport

    The UK Government has today strengthened its commitment to tackling match-fixing in sport by signing the Macolin Convention.

  • Commissioner Reappointed to Historic England

    The Secretary of State has reappointed Nicholas Boys Smith as a Commissioner of Historic England for a term of 3 years from 1 January 2019 - 31 December 2021.

  • Three Board Members Appointed to the Charity Commission

    The Secretary of State has appointed Tony Cohen, Nina Hingorani-Crain and Ian Karet as Board Members of the Charity Commission for terms of 3 years from 1 January 2019 - 31 December 2021.