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Members planning to travel after Brexit with musical instruments that fall under the protected species guidelines are advised to apply for permits as soon as possible.

The MU has been sent the following links which members can follow to check entry requirements – including work permits – for 26 EU countries.

The MU is proud to be taking part in the Together for the Final Say march organised by the People’s Vote campaign.

The MU called on the STUC Black Workers’ Committee to campaign for a reform to racist visa policies for artists. The motion was debated and passed on Sunday 6 October.

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.

Members can claim £6 tickets to Scotland’s biggest underground music celebration. There will be seven unique music awards with live music performances, guest presenters, hosts and more.

The Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport has released a two-part advice guide for arts, cultural, creative, heritage and sports organisations on touring Europe after a no deal Brexit.