£33m tax bill for orchestras

'British orchestras face a £33m ($60m) tax bill that, if collected, could "kill them all off in one fell swoop" according to one orchestra insider. "The problem is so gigantic that literally everyone would go bust," said another symphony orchestra source.'

See Charlotte Higgins' article in today's Guardian.

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