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Arts Council England Faces More Cuts Of £11.6m

Posted at 8:11AM Tuesday 11 Dec 2012

Arts Council England (ACE) will have its funding cut by a further £11.6m before 2015, the Department for Culture, Media and Sport has announced.

This is on top of reductions already announced in the government's 2010 spending review, which saw the ACE budget slashed by almost 30%.

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