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National governing bodies that receive more than £1m (US$1.2m, €1.1m) of public money over a set cycle – such as the Football Association (FA) and ... More
Karen Bradley, secretary of state for Culture, Media and Sport, has echoed her predecessor and warned the Football Association (FA) that it will lose government ... More
Rugby league's relationship with the government will continue to burgeon despite a raft of changes following Brexit, according to the Rugby Football League’s (RFL) planning ... More
Former Football League chair Greg Clarke has been nominated to replace the outgoing Greg Dyke as chair of the Football Association (FA). Clarke was recommended ... More
Parliament’s Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee is on the hunt for a new chair to replace Jesse Norman, who was handed a ministerial post ... More
Tracey Crouch has survived a round of sweeping ministerial changes by new prime minister Theresa May, keeping her portfolio of sport, tourism and heritage. After ... More
Britain’s new Prime Minister Theresa May has made a bold reshuffle to the cabinet, with a number of high-profile changes likely to affect the leisure ... More
The chief executive of UK Sport is confident that the government will honour the funding commitments it has made with the quango amid rumours of ... More
Government funding for Sport England and UK Sport is not expected to be cut as a result of the UK voting to leave the European ... More
Swimming World Champion Karen Pickering, Sported chief executive Chris Grant and Leicestershire County Cricket Club CEO Wasim Khan are among the six new appointments to ... More
The government has pledged to plough £10m (US$13.2m, €12m) into rugby league infrastructure in the north of England as part of a bid to host ... More
Leaving the European Union will present new opportunities for businesses in the sports sector, according the the culture secretary John Whittingdale. Whittingdale, who advocated Brexit, ... More
Culture Secretary John Whittingdale has reappointed Lis Astall and Sarah Springman to the board of UK Sport. Astall, a former president of British Showjumping, and ... More
The government has given its backing to the proposed £10m (US$14.5m, €12.7m) Stadium for Cornwall development. Talking in parliament this morning (9 June), the secretary ... More
Sports governing bodies will have to appoint at least 30 per cent of its board from under-represented gender groups and will be targeted to increase ... More
The Football Association (FA) will lose all its government funding if it fails to undertake significant governance reforms, according to culture secretary John Whittingdale. Whittingdale ... More
Liverpool is set to bid for the 2026 Commonwealth Games if the current mayor of the city is re-elected to his post. In a letter ... More
IAAF president Sebastian Coe, culture secretary John Whittingdale and Akira Shimazu, chief executive of Japan’s 2019 Rugby World Cup Organising Committee, will deliver keynote talks ... More
John Whittingdale – the secretary of state for Culture, Media and Sport – is one of six high-profile cabinet ministers who will campaign for Britain ... More
Joyce Cook OBE, the founder of the Centre for Access to Football in Europe (CAFE), is one of four new appointments to the board of ... More
The UK Anti-Doping Agency (UKAD) is being lined up to oversee Russia’s drug-testing operations while its own anti-doping agency (RUSADA) remains suspended. A statement made ... More
The Department of Culture, Media and Sport will appoint up to six new board members for Sport England in the coming year as five prepare ... More
Leisure services supported by public funding are facing significant challenges after it was announced that the Department of Culture, Media and Sport’s (DCMS) administrative budget ... More
A number of sports shown on the BBC are at risk of a drop in exposure and audience figures as part of the broadcaster's plans ... More
The British Museum is establishing a pilot programme to train local museum curators, conservation specialists and archaeologists in Iraq skills in heritage protection. The scheme, ... More
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