Calls to appoint events minister

Goddard, Charlotte
June 1999
Marketing Event;Jun99, p4
Reports that a committee set up to investigate the staging of international sporting events in Great Britain has urged the government to appoint a Minister for Events. Responsibility of the Minister of Events as suggested by the committee; Views of Minister of Sports Tony Banks on the appointment of a Minister of Events; Sources of evidence by the committee.


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