MUSic festivities are also looking forward to “another lost summer” due to the Government’s decision not to introduce coronavirus insurance, the report concluded.
A report by the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee (DCMS) on the future of the UK’s agricultural areas said the government had “refused to take any chances” to address the concerns of the planners.
The document, in consultation with artists, organizers and regional leaders, has urged ministers to introduce a minimum insurance policy for what should happen after June 21 – when civil unrest should end – if they are disrupted by a return to the Covid-19 ban.
In the report, lawmakers said they were “not confident” that the airline concerts that took place as part of the Events Research Program, including the Brit Awards, provided significant evidence for raising all the barriers to Live June 21.
He also said the celebrations were “special events” but were “overlooked” during the first pilot’s pilots.
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