UK Government says their “door remains open should the EU change its mind” over Brexit touring plans

The UK music industry say that there is now "no excuse" for not finding a solution

UK government responds to claims they rejected EU’s “visa-free” deal for touring musicians

The government previously said it was Brussels who had rejected the idea of allowing musicians enter the EU without visas

Keir Starmer backtracks on Labour pledge to return to EU free movement

The Labour leader said his previous commitment was "not going to be realistic"

“#BorisKilledMusic”: Musicians share anger at rejection of Brexit “visa-free” touring deal

Thom Yorke has labelled the government "spineless fucks" for the decision

Banquet Records resume sales to Europe following Brexit “clarity”

The Kingston-based record store paused all orders to Europe last month due to the uncertainty over Brexit

The government says Brexit touring plans were “rejected” by EU – but the music industry demands action to prevent “catastrophe”

"It is time for the architects of Brexit to put their money where their mouths are and prove that Brexit can be a success and not a catastrophe"

MPs vote in favour of UK-EU Brexit trade deal ahead of New Year’s Eve deadline

"We were told we could not have our cake and eat it," Prime Minister Boris Johnson told MPs

Replacement for Erasmus scheme to start in September

Around 17,000 students participate in the study abroad programme each year

Petition to secure visa-free touring for bands following Brexit deal reaches 100,000 signatures

The government's EU trade deal will have major implications for musicians

European tours put “at risk” by Brexit deal, warns UK Music boss

The government's trade deal with the EU could leave bands needing to get visas for each European country on their tour schedule