Baroness Karren Brady has resigned from Sir Philip Green's retail empire just weeks after insisting she would stay in the post despite a harassment scandal.
Sir Philip Green is facing calls to be stripped of his knighthood following allegations against him of sexual harassment and racist behaviour.
The Labour peer who named Sir Philip Green as the businessman facing sex allegations using parliamentary privilege says he did not take the decision "lightly".
Businessman Sir Philip Green and his business group Arcadia have ended their legal claim against the Telegraph, which reported allegations of sexual and racial harassment against him.
Sir Philip Green has said he will lodge a formal complaint against Lord Peter Hain, who used Parliamentary privilege to name him in the House of Lords.
Theresa May's spokeswoman said the committee that considers revoking knighthoods is 'independent and continually reviews evidence' when asked if Sir Philip Green could lose his title
The legal firm, which represented the The Telegraph in the Sir Philip Green injunction case, has denied Lord Peter Hain had any involvement or information from them about the case.
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The former executive editor of the News of the World has said that granting Sir Philip Green an injunction "accelerated the likelihood" of his name being revealed publicly.
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Iain Wright chairs the Business Select Committee, which achieved its longstanding goal to convince Sir Philip Green to plug the pension debt left by the collapse of BHS
Sir Philip Green has paid £363 million to settle the pension schemes of collapsed retailer BHS, after MPs grilled him over the sale of the high-street giant
The tycoon could pay out £1bn to plug the BHS pensions debt under new plans put to the Government
Iain Wright also said Green's decision to take ownership of third yacht when so many former employees were losing their jobs was disgraceful
MPs have backed calls for Sir Philip Green to be stripped of his knighthood, however a decision will have to be made by the Honours Forfeiture Committee
BHS shut its shops for the last time yesterday
Frank Field, chairman of the House of Commons work and pensions select committee, tells talkRADIO that "one person stands responsible" for the liquidation of the former retail giant