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Taylor Swift accused of putting 'money before compassion' over Melbourne Cup gig

SBS Thursday, 12 September 2019 ()
The Coalition for the Protection of Racehorses has hit out at the pop superstar, urging Taylor Swift to 'make a strong statement that animal abuse is unacceptable'.
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News video: Taylor Swift slammed by animal rights activists for horse racing gig

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Taylor Swift has been condemned by animal rights activists for agreeing to perform at Australia's Melbourne Cup horse race

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