Harvey Goldsmith brands resale sites "a national disgrace"

James Hanley

Concert promoter Harvey Goldsmith has branded secondary ticketing websites "a national disgrace".

Goldsmith (pictured) said that tickets to U2's recent London shows at The O2 had a face value of £182 but were advertised for up to £3,300 on resale sites, reports the BBC.

"We're asking the government to pass a law which says you cannot sell a ticket for more than 10% of its face value," he told Radio 4's Front Row.

Last month, Which? claimed listings ...

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