A Labour MP has accused Sir Philip Green of being a “billionaire spiv” who has shamed British capitalism.
Some 115 MPs will back a move to strip Sir Philip Green of his knighthood
Sir Philip apologised for the 'hardship and sadness' caused
It will be the first time MPs have voted on whether to annul an honour.
Retail billionaire accused of 'systematic plunder' of BHS says he has been working on a solution for 18 months and denies allegations he attempted to blackmail the regulator
Simon Brodkin, aka Lee Nelson, re-brands retail magnate's 295-foot boat with large banner as it moors in Monaco
Worse may be on the horizon, say experts
The last of BHS's high street stores closed on Sunday
Retailer’s staff granted stay of execution; UK construction giant wins California high-speed rail contract; BT beats Sky on Premier League opening weekend
The combined pension deficit of the 56 companies in the FTSE 100 that disclosed a deficit at their 2015 year-end was £42.3bn
Taxpayers could be subsidising pensions that the wealthy business owner should morally be picking up. Meanwhile, Low Cost Holidays customers will lose all their money, despite the company apparently selling vacations hours before it folded
The new PM's new policy chief has a history of backing radical right-wing free market ideas
BHS workers have been 'consciously uncoupled' from their pensions, as Green threw lavish parties attended by the likes of Gwynneth Paltrow and Leonardo DiCaprio
The Parliamentary Buisness and Work & Pensions committees will now investigage how changes to company and pensions law could be changed to protect employees like "Mrs Patel". Ministers must heed their calls for change
‘What kind of man is it who can count his fortune in billions but does not know what decent behavior is?’ - Frank Field MP, chair of the Work and Pensions Committee