Roger Daltrey, Elton John, Brian May, Robert Plant, Tinie Tempah and Professor Green. Now THAT’S a supergroup. No musical plans as yet, though: instead they’re all co-signatories of a letter to the Daily Telegraph calling for more action to protect musicians from piracy. Simon Cowell, Lord Lloyd-Webber, Roger Taylor and Pete Townshend also sign the letter, with two key demands: “To implement the long-overdue measures in the Digital Economy Act 2010; and to ensure broadband providers, search engines and online advertisers play their part in protecting consumers and creators from illegal sites.”

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