MPs' probe into BHS collapse contained 'serious errors', says Sir Philip Green



Sir Philip Green has hit back at a parliamentary inquiry criticising his role in the collapse of BHS, calling an MPs' report on the retailer's demise "bizarre" and "unsupportable".
A review carried out by the tycoon's lawyers, Lord Pannick QC and Michael Todd QC, ripped into the report's findings, which hold Sir Philip responsible for leaving BHS with a £571 million pension deficit, taking around £400 million in dividends from the firm and for selling the business to serial bankrupt Dominic Chappell for £1.
It read: "These dividends were lawful and were paid at a... read more

 
18 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 14
Source: Belper News
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