The oldest record store is banning Morrissey.

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Morrissey Albums Will No Longer Be Sold at World's Oldest Record Store

May 24, 2019

The world's oldest record store will no longer sell Morrissey albums.

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Spillers Records, based in Wales, made the decision after Morrissey showed support for a UK extremist right-wing political party, Stereogum reported.

The For Britain party, which Morrissey supported by wearing a pin with the logo during a performance on the Tonight Show, is known to be Anti-Islam.

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 “I’m saddened but ultimately not surprised that Spillers is unable to stock Morrissey’s releases any longer. I only wished I’d done it sooner.” Spillers’ owner Ashli Todd told Wales Online.

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