Sir Philip went from selling clothes in Mayfair to presiding over one of the biggest clothing empires in Britain, before being rocked by scandals.
Politicians and campaigners are calling for action to ‘redress this imbalance’.
Which? found evidence of customers suffering from ‘dodgy refund policies and unwelcome admin fees’.
Cats Protection said the kitten named Pancho received a ‘clean bill of health’ from the vets.
Tony McCorry, 72, spent his working life in Birmingham helping the homeless after growing up in a Glasgow orphanage.
A woman was seen being helped ashore by officials, apparently struggling to walk unaided after her journey across the Channel.
John Swinney acknowledged there was clear division among Scottish Government ministers in 2014 over the issue.
The 52-year-old was a senior officer at the training branch of the Prison Service at the time of his death, nurturing and helping young people.
Pressures in the worst-affected schools have been ‘exacerbated’ by the Government’s ban on schools rearranging Christmas holidays, scientists say.
Cinemas, bowling alleys and other indoor entertainment venues will close and new rules will be introduced for the hospitality industry from next week.
Lord Frost and Michel Barnier are to hold new face-to-face talks in London ahead of the UK exiting Brexit transition period at the end of December.
About 15,000 roles are currently at risk at Sir Philip Green’s Arcadia Group.
The end of the second national lockdown on December 2 will see the introduction of a tougher tier system.
Theo Campbell, 29, says the sight in his right eye is impaired after being hit by a cork during a champagne spray party.
Economy Secretary Fiona Hyslop said owner JV Driver has been unwilling to provide working capital, investment or guarantees for the company.
Middlesbrough mayor Andy Preston hit back at claims that he had an image of a naked woman on his laptop, saying he was not there at the time.
Shares in the company dipped on Friday morning after Tim Martin said 366 of the group’s pubs will remain closed in light of new tiered measures.
Only 2% of respondents thought it would take between one and three months for life to return to normal following the pandemic.
The ONS said there were an estimated 28,300 excess winter deaths in England and Wales, 19.6% higher than the 23,670 in the winter of 2018-19.
The AA claims the move would help revive ‘beleaguered shops and street traders’.
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