U2 unfazed by festival tax protest
A highly-publicised Glastonbury tax protest fails to hamper U2’s $700 million global road show
In the end, it was a bit of a damp squib - in more ways than one.
As wind and rain lashed Glastonbury last Friday night, U2 took to the stage, a year overdue and in the face of a planned protest about their tax arrangements that garnered headlines around the world.
Art Uncut, a British group of ‘‘artists and musicians against the cuts’’, had pledged to use the band’s appearance as the centrepiece for...
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