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Basic income for artists and art-workers – Irish trial

The Irish Times [£] is reporting on a three-year pilot scheme on ‘basic income’ for artists and arts-sector workers. With an initial budget of €25 million it is targeted on people who were fell badly between the cracks during the … Continue reading

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Cruella – shot at 40 London locations

There’s a nice post up on the Film London website about the making of Cruella – a film that used lots of London locations: “It was a very location heavy movie. I have done a lot of Disney films and … Continue reading

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Netflix unscripted modus operandi with UK public service broadcasters

More from the Royal Television Society event in Cambridge (via Variety) – something that reinforces two big concerns for us in this area: ever-tightening commissioning budgets that squeeze working conditions in one way or another concerns about where the Intellectual … Continue reading

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TUC Digital Lab – ‘Adapting to the new normal for trade unions’ includes Bectu case study

The TUC is circulating a new report that they have drafted outlining how unions are “adapting to the new normal for trade unions” “The last 18 months have been a time of drastic change. Along with the rest of society, … Continue reading

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10m British pension savers risk running out of money in retirement

The FT is reporting: “Nearly 10m British pension savers risk running out of money in retirement because they do not know how to make their savings last, according to new analysis which sheds fresh light on the complex choices facing … Continue reading

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