I will be taking to the streets and setting up camp outside Topshop's flagship store on Oxford Street, London, to make my point and speak on behalf of the BHS employees who have been wronged. I want to draw a crowd.
'A billionaire spiv who has shamed British capitalism'.
MPs have unanimously backed a call for Sir Philip Green to be stripped of his knighthood during a three-hour debate in which
Sir Philip Green has said he is “very, very, very sorry” for the “hardship and sadness” of thousands of people who lost their
Having been selected to work in the food department (remember when Bhs sold food?) I also had to don a white paper cap of the old-fashioned nurse's variety. Weirdly we didn't have to tie our hair up under this cap, so it merely sat on top of my head, held in place by two grips. Every week I prayed that nobody I knew would come in and see me dressed like that.
Ultimately, the collapse of BHS rests mainly in Sir Philip Green's hands, not only because of what he did, but crucially what he didn't do, leaving BHS drowning in today's retail ocean.
Video: 'That camera’s going in the fucking sea'.
The 88-year-old department store went bust in April, putting 11,000 jobs at risk and threatening the closure of up to 164