Lloyd Webber"s Ding Dong! royalties: Composer is earning money from Wizard of Oz song downloads that anti-Thatcher activists are trying to get to…

Lloyd Webber's Ding Dong! royalties: Composer is earning money from Wizard of Oz song downloads that anti-Thatcher activists are trying to get to No.1 The composer, who will attend Mrs Thatcher’s funeral this weekTrack is climbing the charts as protestors urge Thatcher critics to buy itIt has already topped the iTunes and Amazon download chartsOfficial Singles Chart will be released today By Simon Murphy PUBLISHED: 01:23 GMT, 14 April 2013 | UPDATED: 08:08 GMT, 14 April 2013 Andrew Lloyd Webber is gaining royalties from downloads of his Wizard Of Oz stage musical version of the song that activists want to reach No.1 Lord Lloyd-Webber, the prominent Conservative and admirer of Baroness Thatcher, is inadvertently profiting from a campaign to get Ding Dong! The Witch Is Dead to the top of the charts.

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