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The event 'Daylight' – which will be hosted by music venue Omeara – is being produced by London-based DJ and mental health volunteer Tony Gurney and will debut with a Jungle and D&B special.

Trade unionists have been invited to rally at Trafalgar Square on Saturday 12 October and show solidarity with climate activism.

A survey of MU members who live or work in London was conducted in July. There were 869 responses, which is enough to give a picture of the impact the Ultra Low Emissions Zone (ULEZ) currently has, and the further impact its expansion will have.

Following the agreement being implemented in 2018 for a 3 year period.

The Musicians’ Union continues to campaign with Keep Streets Live against the recent decision made by the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea to ban buskers from performing in some of London’s most iconic locations.

The aim is to make London a city where all women feel confident and welcome at night.

The MU is extremely disappointed by the decision of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea to ban busking in certain areas and enforce these bans through Public Space Protection Orders (PSPO).

Because of a trademark registration – which happened in 2015 without the consent or knowledge of the band – the original Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band are no longer able to record an album or perform a concert under their own name.