Sir Philip Green suffers fresh blow as Topshop and Topman reports losses of £505million

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SIR Philip Green suffered a fresh blow yesterday when it emerged his Topshop and Topman fashion chains went half a billion pounds into the red last year. The high street brands, once the jewel in his crown, reported pre-tax losses of £505.1million. The results — filed at Companies House — cover t...

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Over one million pensioners missing out on £140 a year in energy bill discounts

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