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Urgent Call for Musicians to Take Our Survey

We’re running an impact poll to help us lobby for the members we’re concerned might fall through the cracks in the Government’s current assistance scheme. We need to hear the experiences of all musicians – please let us know before our deadline on Friday 24 April at 5:00 p

Published: 22 April 2020 | 12:00 AM Updated: 28 April 2021 | 4:30 PM
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Please fill out this quick survey so we can make the best possible case for musicians.

We need your help to convince the Government to support every musician.

Our focus at the moment is on lobbying for members who are currently ineligible for either of the Government’s assistance schemes for employed and self-employed workers.

We also continue to argue for emergency financial assistance for the period before the remuneration becomes available, either by speeding up the Universal Credit application process up to cover the gap until support is made available in June or finding an alternative method of covering the income gap.

Please fill out this quick survey so we can make the best possible case for musicians, particularly those who are:

  • Newly Self-Employed
  • Have 'profits' of over £50k
  • Self-employed, but that work makes up less than 50% of their total annual income
  • Limited Companies/Personal Service Companies
  • Non-UK Nationals

Take the survey now

We’ll be closing the survey at 5:00 pm on Friday 24 April.

Taking further action

Write to your MP now. If there is one thing that will change the game for all musicians, it is immediate and informed Government action.

Email your MP using Write to Them. You can still write to your MP if you have no fixed address, find out more via

If you’re not sure what to say, we even have a handy template email for you.

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