Glastonbury organisers consider banning flags

Glastonbury organisers consider banning flags

The organisers of the Glastonbury Festival are consulting fans about whether they want to see flags banned from crowds at the main stage.

The issue has become a hot topic, with many people complaining that large flags stop them seeing bands.

A message on the official Glastonbury said the organisers' gut feeling is that they shouldn't be banned, but it invites comments.

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