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
The billionaire retailer is set to face fierce criticism in an imepending report from two select committees on the demise of BHS and a flurry of recent correpsondence won’t change that.
'My understanding is that jurisdictions such as Jersey and the British Virgin Islands are commonly preferred for their strong regulatory regimes,' Green said
Chappell said Sir Philip 'tipped BHS over the edge'
"The City is furious with your behaviour, the image you put over that everybody in business is not about spreading wealth but is about nicking money off other people"
The delivery of the jet comes as the collapse of BHS puts 11,000 people at risk of losing their jobs
Businessman tells select committee: ‘If you look at the trustees, there have been some stupid, idiotic mistakes made’
Only by a brutally rigorous enforcement of the law will capitalism win the popular support it so desperately needs – and which it is currently losing
Sir Philip Green finally took the stage before MPs investigating the collapse of BHS
Sir Philip has been called to answer questions by the Business, Innovation and Skills Committee over the collapse of BHS, leaving 11,000 jobs at risk
MPs are preparing to question Sir Philip Green about the sale and collapse of retailer BHS
The billionaire, whose empire includes the Top Shop and Dorothy Perkins, had threatened not to give evidence.
Chappell bought BHS from Sir Philip Green for £1 in March 2015