Department for Culture, Media and Sport


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Department for Culture, Media and Sport

A department of the British government responsible for internet and media regulation in the United Kingdom and for the promotion of the arts, sports, and creative economic sectors in England alone. It was established in 1992 as the Department of National Heritage and took its current name in 1997.
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A joint bid by South and North Tyneside is in the first wave of the project, run by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport and the Local Government Association.
As part of the National Cyber Security Programme, the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) requires the design and delivery of a cyber security SME Bootcamp programme to help support the growth of the sector.
The Department for Culture, Media and Sport said that initially the Government will allocate pounds 80 million to local authorities next year to waive charges for the over-60s, with a further pounds 50 million for the upkeep of their pools.
But two fields were lost completely and another 47 suffered a reduction in capacity for sports as a result of development, the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) said.
The process by which the location of the super-casinos will be decided was unveiled by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport yesterday.
The Department for Culture, Media and Sport, then known as the Department of National Heritage, announced in 1995 there would be public consultation after English Heritage's study of post-war buildings.
Committee chair Phyllis Starkey said that the approach of Ms Jowell's Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) was "unacceptable".
But the department for culture, media and sport hit back, insisting it was ``nonsense'' to suggest the money was not getting through to schools.
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