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Jess Glynne banned from ever performing at Isle of Wight festival again after no-show

Jess Glynne banned from ever performing at Isle of Wight festival again after no-show

Entertainment
The All I Am hitmaker failed to appear onstage for her allocated time slot at the Isle of Wight festival last weekend. Jess Glynne pulled out “due to exhaustion”, reportedly leaving the crowd – made up largely of children and teens – in floods of tears. Now, the festival promoter John Giddings has spoken out against her behaviour, labelling it “shocking”. Speaking to The Mirror, the organiser of the annual music event blasted the no-show and said that she will never be booked to perform there again.  Related Articles He said: “It shows no regards for people that bought a ticket. It’s so sad that an artist would do that to their fans.”“She’s let them down.” Before adding: “She will never be booked to play the Isle of Wight again.”The 29-year-old pulled out of her...
Here’s how to track how well your impact investments are performing

Here’s how to track how well your impact investments are performing

Finance
You want to make money on your investments and put your money to work to do good in the world at the same time. But you don't want to get taken for a ride. Enter the new world of sustainability ratings, which allow you to track how well the impact investments stack up when it comes to their stated goals. More investors are turning to socially responsible investing — SRI — or environmental, social and governance-focused — ESG — funds. The total assets under management in s...
Drill stars avoid jail after breaching ban on performing their music

Drill stars avoid jail after breaching ban on performing their music

Entertainment
Two prominent drill artists have been given suspended jail sentences for breaching a gang injunction designed to stop them performing songs which police said incited violence against rivals. Scotland Yard said Skengdo - real name Terrell Doyley - and AM - real name Joshua Malinga - were sentenced to nine months' imprisonment suspended for two years at Croydon County Court after breaching an interim gang injunction.The musicians' manager, TK, said the pair - both aged 21 - were not involved in gang violence but pleaded guilty after a video of one of their performances emerged on the internet without their knowledge.According to Metropolitan Police, the injunction was made against the rappers in August after the court found they were members of a south London gang and were li...