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Bruce Dickinson hits back at critics of his Brexit touring stance

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Bruce Dickinson has hit back at his critics in a new interview after he was criticised over the summer for his position on Brexit.The Iron Maiden frontman, who previously revealed that he voted for the UK to leave the European Union in the 2016 referendum, told Sky News back in June that the UK government needed to “get your act together” in regards to UK musicians being able to tour in Europe post-Brexit.Dickinson’s comments were met with scrutiny and ridicule at the time, with Johnny Marr tweeting: “A musician supports Brexit then finds out that Brexit screws musicians and then complains.

Well done mate.”Speaking to Classic Rock, Dickinson has now defended his position on Brexit by saying that “it’s slightly disturbing that people cannot.

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