Government must support cut to tax on reading and learning
Publishers have today called for the UK government to support new powers that would allow VAT to be removed on ebooks, audio books and online newspaper and magazine subscriptions in the UK.
Breakfast Briefing with Sir Ciarán Devane
08:30 - 10:30 am, Tuesday 26th June 2018 | Sir Ciarán Devane, Chief Executive of the British Council, will discuss the future of the British Council.
Helen Speedy supports the Spare Room Project
I'm really delighted to be hosting my third Spare Room Project intern in June. Not being a Londoner by upbringing, I am sympathetic to the challenges facing anyone looking to enter the industry...
DIT to support BrambleKids, Fil Rouge Press and SplashMaps at the 1st New York Rights Fair
The DIT is supporting three UK companies at the New York Rights Fair, who will be exhibiting at the UK pavilion...
2017 Annual Report highlights inclusivity measures, copyright protection and Brexit
The Annual Report 2017 shows our activity and priorities over the last year, including the launch of the 10 point inclusivity action plan, our work on the impact of Brexit and progress made in...
Incoming President Charlie Redmayne calls on publishers to adopt literacy 'cold spots'
Incoming president Charlie Redmayne (CEO of HarperCollins) delivered his first address to members at our Annual General Meeting, outlining the key themes of his presidency: copyright, competition...
The PA launches a blueprint for UK publishing
The Publishers Association launches blueprint for UK publishing with 10 priorities for government if the £7.8bn UK publishing industry is to make the most of global free trade opportunities after...
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