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Glastonbury talk Johnny Depp and how you deal with moral booking

Glastonbury talk Johnny Depp and how you deal with moral booking
This Thursday Johnny Depp will be appearing at Glastonbury to introduce a choice of films at the new Cineramageddon part of the festival. This has been arranged by Julien Temple, and promises to bring a bit of Hollywood. And controversy.
 
Depp was recently accused of domestic abuse and settled a legal case before a trial, so people are rather suspicious, and some don’t want Depp appearing.  Emily Eavis has now spoken about how Glastonbury deal with such moral quandaries, and it’s a pragmatic answer.
 
As she told the Guardian “If you start booking people on their ethical policy and morals, there’s a lot of people you wouldn’t book, to be honest. Part of our policy is that everyone has the freedom to book who is right for their area.”

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