Britain's Arts Index stands at 111. That puts the cultural AEX of a country that likes to call itself the world's cultural No 1, four points lower than last year, but still one point higher than in 2012, the year when the government also began cutting subsidies in Britain. The 'National Campaign for the Arts', which has set up the index since 2008, notes substantial growth in audience revenues, a rise in employment and an increase in buy-in...
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