The singer-songwriter, who was Spotify’s second-most-streamed artist of the 2010s behind Drake, gained approval to build the “private place of retreat for contemplation and prayer” in 2019 on his estate, which is worth an estimated £3.7m.
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Sheeran's retro detour on way to Wembley
Ed Sheeran Royal Albert Hall, SW7
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Ed Sheeran denies copying ideas in Shape Of You trial
Ed Sheeran denied thathe altered other artistes’music and words to pass their work off as his own as he gave evidence on Monday in a copyright trial over his 2017 song Shape Of You.
Ed Sheeran denies borrowing ideas for hit song
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Ed Sheeran in Shape Of You copyright dispute
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