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Why are Britain’s great art houses in bed with Big Oil? | Robert Newman, The Guardian

The heads of the Tate, National Portrait Gallery, Royal Opera House and British Museum would probably scoff at the notion that the financial backers of corporate news media have no influence or effect on their content. Yet they still want us to believe that their own shows will in no way be influenced by the views and imperatives of Big Oil, after they came together to announce the renewal of sponsorship deals with BP worth £10m up to 2017.

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