BP renews £10m deal with the arts

Tuesday 20 December 2011 01:00
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Four of the UK's biggest cultural organisations – the British Museum, the National Portrait Gallery, the Royal Opera House and Tate – have announced they are to renew sponsorship deals with BP worth £10m over the next five years despite opposition from environmental campaigners.

The institutions have faced protests for taking money from the oil giant.

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