Ed Sheeran's manager Stuart Camp on secondary ticketing
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Ed Sheeran's manager Stuart Camp on secondary ticketing

Last month, there was outrage after reports that tickets for Ed Sheeran's Teenage Cancer Trust concert were being resold for £5,000.

Speaking to BBC Breakfast, Sheeran's manager Stuart Camp said touts were "making extreme profits" and it was getting "out of our control".

He was speaking before giving evidence into secondary ticketing to the House of Commons Culture, Media and Sport committee.