Sir Elton John is not happy about the British government's management of the music industry post-Brexit and has labelled them "philistines."
Feeling 'livid' due to the travel problems within the entertainment sector, Elton said: "I'm so angry. I'm livid about what the government did when Brexit happened. They made no provision for the entertainment business, and not just for musicians, actors and film directors, but for the crews, the dancers, the people who earn a living by going to Europe."
"People like me can afford to go to Europe because we can get people to fill in the forms and get visas done, but what makes me crazy is that the entertainment business brings in £111 billion a year to this country and we were just tossed away"
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