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Spandau to reunite ..it's True.

Byline: By FIONA CUMMINS

SPANDAU Ballet are poised to reunite after singer Tony Hadley hinted he was ready to bury the hatchet with other band members.

The 80s group, whose 23 hit singles included Gold, True and Through the Barricades, had a bitter bust-up over royalties which ended up in the High Court.

But now Hadley, 46, has strongly suggested they could reform for their 30th anniversary in 2011.

He said: "There'll have to be an awful lot of things remedied because it did get personal and it went a bit too far. The next window of opportunity that I see would be our 30th anniversary."

In 1990, Hadley and other group members Steve Norman and John Keeble sued Gary Kemp for a pounds 1million share of songwriting royalties - but lost.

The five-piece band, which also included Gary's brother Martin, have been unable to resolve their differences and have seen fellow New Romantics Duran Duran enjoy huge success.

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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Apr 9, 2007
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