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We’ve Updated Our Brexit Flow Chart With More Information

We have updated the MU – 'Flowchart Guide to Working In Europe', created to give members a better understanding of the hoops they have to jump through when planning a tour or shows in the EU.

Published: 01 April 2021 | 4:56 PM
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We will continue to develop this document to provide as accurate as possible information. Photo credit: Shutterstock

You can view the 'Flowchart Guide to Working In Europe' updated on our website now. The updates include further links on dealing with merchandise, as well as three new information points we recommend for musicians:

As the Government releases further information, we will continue to develop this document to provide as accurate information as possible.

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