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That this House notes the Centre for Economics and Business Research's finding that arts and culture in England contributes £7.7 billion to the UK economy from an investment of 0.1 per cent of public spending; further notes statements published by the Creative Industries Federation from leaders in creative businesses that arts and culture feed talent and ideas into the UK's world leading creative economy, which accounts for almost 9 per cent of UK jobs and 5 per cent of the UK economy; and asks the Government to bring forward policies which recognise the important role public investment in arts and culture plays in supporting this vital industry.
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