The Arts Council of England says it is being penalised for being a prudent saver after the Culture Department announced it would be making extra cuts to the organisation because of its £18.4m savings.
Arts editor Will Gompertz outlines the cuts to the arts sector. Sir Gerry Robinson, former chairman of the Arts Council for England, comments on whether the move sets a negative precedent to other prudent institutions.
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