The singer said the creative industry is important to our economy, wellbeing and culture.
Singer Charlotte Church has urged parents not to send their children back to school as she says the government does not care about people
The singer is set to appear in documentary with her parents, exploring their difficult relationship.
The Welsh singer's one-off special 'Charlotte Church: My Family & Me' airs on Channel 4 on 17 October.
Charlotte Church is grieving for her unborn baby, after revealing on Twitter that she lost her third child in the womb. The 31-year-old singer took to the social media platform to announce herself and her partner Jonathan Powell had tragically lost their unborn child and asked for everyone to respect their privacy at this difficult time. A statement posted to her Twitter account read: “Charlotte and Jonny are very sad to announce that they lost their baby.
Piers Morgan has hit back at Charlotte Church and Lily Allen on Twitter after they accused the presenter of bullying the Muslim community following the bombing at Manchester Arena on Monday night. Church then replied: “I wasn’t trying to score points, Piers has a surprising amount of power over what people hear/think.