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No sacred cows

How to cope with unsold tickets and empty halls: my advice to Owen Jones

9 June 2018

9:00 AM

9 June 2018

9:00 AM

My heart goes out to Owen Jones. The left-wing journalist is one of the headliners at a Labour party fund-raiser scheduled for next Saturday and, at the time of writing, 85 per cent of tickets remain unsold. It is particularly embarrassing for Jones, given that Rod Liddle managed to sell out the London Palladium last month.

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