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Celebrity tax exiles and expats including Philip Green, Mick Jagger and Richard Branson are handed back the right to vote in UK elections

Britain's expats - including celebrity tax exiles - will soon be handed back the right to vote in UK elections for the first time in 20 years. Current restrictions, introduced in 2002, prevent citizens from voting in British polls if they have lived abroad for more than 15 years - but these are set to be scrapped under plans announced in the Budget on Wednesday.
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Pension trustees learn to strut as history repeats for Philip Green

Thousands of Arcadia pensioners received news after Sir Philip Green’s bust retail empire was sold off for parts. Scheme trustees told them last week that £173m has been secured to help fund their retirements, thanks to a deal agreed in 2019 with the help of the pensions watchdog. It means...
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Pressure grows on Sir Philip Green to plug Arcadia’s £350m pension hole

Pressure is mounting on chairman of the retail company the Arcadia Group, Sir Phillip Green, to help bail out Arcadia’s £350m pension fund blackhole following the sale of the last remaining brands from his collapsed high-street empire. In spite of raising more than £500m so far from selling Arcadia’s assets,...
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Forget Philip Green – for women of colour the disappearing British high street threatens their livelihoods

With retail giants like Topshop felled by the pandemic, a chain of workers are finding themselves in financial peril. When British retail giant Arcadia announced they were going into administration in December 2020, the reaction for many went little further than mourning the loss of a favourite make of trouser style. “I’m actually gutted Topshop is closing down, [it is] the only place I get my jeans from,” tweeted one disappointed customer. “Their Jamie jeans have been my uniform for years,” wrote another. Others merely reminisced about teenage years spent browsing Topshop’s racks.
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Topshop worker at London's flagship store claims owner Sir Philip Green had the code name 'Papa One' and 'ran it with an iron grip of fear and berated staff if anything was out of place'

A former Topshop employee who worked at the London flagship store has told how owner Sir Philip Green ran it 'with an iron grip of fear'. Writer Hanna Flint, from Doncaster, took up a sales assistant role at the age of 21 in 2009, after moving to the capital for a gap year when she finished university.