Contemporary composer's missing notes

The manager of the Queen's composer has been arrested in connection with a fraud complaint. Sir Peter Maxwell Davies called in police after as much as £500,000 reportedly went missing from his business account. Officers from Metropolitan Police and Northern Constabulary launched an investigation, and the composer's manager and long-time friend Michael Arnold was arrested last month. He has been bailed pending further enquiries ~ reports Dumfries.co.uk.

Sadly, not a good year for the musician with teeth, in January he also had his gay Orkney wedding was derailed.
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In other news, Sir Peter has (had) £500k in his business account. Blimey!

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