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This month ALCS is paying out over £10,200,000 to more than 24,000 Members. Read on for some headline statistics and the answers to some frequently asked questions about this latest distribution.
Rock musician, MP and now Chair of the All Party Writers Group (APWG). The Scottish National Party politician talks to us about creators' rights, libraries, music, books and what is next on the agenda for the APWG.
Ahead of the 2015 ALCS AGM in Birmingham this November, we look at how regional writing development agency Writing West Midlands supports writers at all stages and of all ages.
Could you help ALCS? Find out more about how you might become an ALCS independent director.
ALCS was recently delighted to attend the final talk of the 2015 First Story Young Writers' Festival at beautiful Lady Margaret Hall at the University of Oxford.
ALCS and the National Schools Partnership have teamed up once again to launch a fresh take on 'The Young Writer’s Guide to Shakespeare' education programme and competition which aims to inform young people about copyright.
John Whittingdale, Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport has notified a parliamentary committee that pan-European licence proposals will be blocked by the UK.
BBC music services could be subject to financial cuts after a Government Green Paper questioned the distinctiveness of the broadcaster’s services.
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