Redmayne: 'Government must show backbone on copyright'

Redmayne: 'Government must show backbone on copyright'

The challenges of Brexit have been top of the agenda at the Publishers Association (PA) for many months now, but it will fall to HarperCollins UK c.e.o. Charlie Redmayne—who took over the PA presidency from Hodder Education’s Lis Tribe earlier this week—to be the industry spokesperson across the year during which the UK actually departs the European Union (in March 2019).

And for Redmayne there is an absolutely clear business priority for his year in office, namely ensuring the UK government steps up to the plate on the "critical" issue of copyright, in the face of incursions, notably by o...

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