Heritage in the context of Britain’s Future Relationship with the EU

On 31 January 2020, the UK left the European Union. This continues to present several opportunities for the heritage sector, as well as some challenges. This document sets out the opportunities we would like the Government to grasp now that we have left the European Union, as well as our key asks ahead of the negotiation of a free trade agreement with the EU.

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