Arcadia’s Green faces questioning by MPs over harassment claims

Sir Philip Green has been asked to appear before MPs over harassment claims

Arcadia tycoon Sir Philip Green and Karren Brady, former chair of parent company Taveta, have been asked to appear before a committee of MPs over the use of non-disclosure agreements.

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