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Tax and toilets – TS does Glastonbury

Tax issues raised at Glastonbury

TS was deployed to Glastonbury to sniff out hot leads, and we were pleasantly surprised to find a strong interest in tax issues amongst the mud and dodgy toilets.

Revellers unfurled a banner saying ‘U pay your tax 2’ during the headline set of the famous Irish rockers U2, protesting at the band’s decision to move their business to The Netherlands, where music royalties incur almost no tax.

TS noted the inflatable sign only lasted two songs before security bundled the tax enthusiasts away, but we live in hope that despite this, Glastonbury’s Michael Eavis (pictured) is an avid Accountancy Age reader.

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