Is time running out for touts after Viagogo furore?

James Hanley

Controversial resale company Viagogo was accused of showing “arrogance” and “being in contempt of parliament” in failing to show up for last week’s Culture, Media And Sport select committee hearing on the issue.

Speakers who did make it to the House Of Commons session included Ed Sheeran’s manager Stuart Camp, Stuart Galbraith of Kilimanjaro Live - which promotes the likes of Sheeran, The 1975 and Red Hot Chili Peppers - and Keith Kenny, sales and ticketing director for Hamilton, the ...

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