Secker asked Geldof about his millionaire line up: “A lot of detractors are saying, look at a lot of those people in that room, a lot of wealthy people, if they all paid their taxes in the right way, we wouldn’t need these kinds of fundraising singles.”
“I think they are all talking b*llocks,” replied Geldof.
She then asked him what he through about the view that the Band Aid 30 single was “trite” and would raise a “comparative pittance” for charity.
Geldof responded: “Complete load of b*llocks”
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