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James Blunt says more should be done to moderate online hate, gives tips on dealing with trolls

U.K. singer-songwriter and "reluctant" Twitter sensation, James Blunt, told CNBC that social media platforms should do more to moderate online hate. The superstar behind global hits such as "You're Beautiful" and "Goodbye My Lover" has been heralded for his acerbic put-downs of trolls on his Twitter feed, leading to the 2020 publication of a book of his tweets, titled "How To Be A Complete And Utter Blunt: Diary of a Reluctant Social Media Sensation."
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James Blunt to play at final Cornbury Music Festival

Bryan Adams, James Blunt and Ronan Keating will be among the acts to perform as a festival bids farewell. Cornbury Music Festival, which began in 2004, will end this year as promoter Hugh Phillimore said it was time to "move on". He said the 8-10 July event would feature "a...
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James Blunt has hilarious response to Right Said Fred's latest conspiracy theory

Controversial music duo Right Said Fred shared their latest conspiracy theory on Tuesday regarding the date: February 22, 2022 or 2.22.22.Brothers Richard and Fred Fairbrass tweeted: “I am told by those who monitor 5G that 22.02.22 is a significant day.” What "significant" event was set to occur yesterday was not made clear, but the conspiracy theorists have previously caused similar confusion due to one of their tweets. I am told by those who monitor 5G that 22.02.22 is a significant day. — Right Said Fred (@Right Said Fred) ...
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