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Sunday, 26 September 2010

Free Museum Entry Threatened By Tory Cuts

Entry to National Museums has been free since Labour abolished charging in 2001. The upshot was that attendance in 2002 soared by 2.7 million or 62%, as more and more people felt able to casually pop in, for a short visit without paying an entrance fee. The Tories have traditionally held a cavalier attitude towards free entry to Museums, believing they should pay their own way, without the support of public funds. Leaked documents revealed on Friday  Read More.....

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