Culture Secretary Maria Miller: ' The arts are not exempt from cuts'

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Culture Secretary Maria Miller has said the arts world must make the case for public funding by focusing on its economic, not artistic, value.

She told arts executives in a speech that the value of culture to the economy needs to be proved and that the arts are not exempt from cuts.

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