Time for Action

Mark Sutherland

Mumford & Sons manager Adam Tudhope has called for anti-touting campaigners to keep up the pressure on the government following the Waterson report on secondary ticketing, warning its recommendations will be “meaningless” without political backing.

Professor Michael Waterson released his long-awaited independent review of the resale sector last Thursday. The 226-page report recommends enforcement action be taken regarding breaches of the Consumer Rights Act, which was amended in 2015 to require ticket resellers to include additional details such as the ...

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