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Heated exchange over music promoter's record

Lee O'Hanlon has been involved in a dispute with the DED

A music promoter who had a run-in with the Manx government is facing criticism after cancelling a two-day festival in Liverpool.

Lee O'Hanlon of TinyCOW took part in an hour-long talkRADIO interview after the Hope and Glory event was cut short at the weekend.

Host of the programme Iain Lee questioned Mr O'Hanlon on the events he put on in the Isle of Man.

It relates to Jacksons gig that recorded losses of £100,000, as well as a Sir Tom Jones concert last year.

Mr O'Hanlon was also pressed as well as asking how festivalgoers could obtain a refund.

This is an excerpt of from their exchange:

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