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Theresa May hinted Sir Philip Green could lose his knighthood today after a former minister accused the tycoon of bringing the honours system 'into disrepute'.
The Prime Minister said it was right honours could be reviewed where a recipient is proved to have behaved wrongly.
Pressure - Sir - Philip - Spokesman - Labour
Amid mounting pressure on Sir Philip, a spokesman for Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn backed stripping the knighthood if the claims are proven.
Sir Philip is accused of groping a female executive and making a racial slur at an employee after an investigation by the Daily Telegraph. He tried to stop the newspaper reporting on Non Disclosure Agreements (NDAs) signed by the alleged victims.
Scandal - Collapse - BHS - Billionaire
The new scandal comes after the collapse of BHS in which the retail billionaire was also strongly criticised.
Sir Philip strenuously denies all of the allegation against him.
PMQs - Today - George - Freeman - 'The
At PMQs today, ex-minister George Freeman said: 'The honours system is designed to acknowledge and celebrate great public service to our nation.
'Does my right honourable friend agree that when a small minority of recipients of honours like Philip Green bring the system of honours and business into disrepute for being found to have behaved disgracefully, letting down the vast majority...
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