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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