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Sir Philip Green denies ‘unlawful sexual or racist behaviour’



Topshop owner Sir Philip Green has said he “categorically and wholly denies” allegations of “unlawful sexual or racist behaviour”.

In a statement released after he was named in parliament as the businessman behind an injunction against the Daily Telegraph, he said: “I am not commenting on anything that has happened in court or was said in Parliament today.

“To the extent that it is suggested that I have been guilty of unlawful sexual or racist behaviour, I categorically and wholly deny these allegations.

“Arcadia and I take accusations and grievances from employees very seriously and in the event that one is raised, it is thoroughly investigated.

“Arcadia employs more than 20,000 people and in common with many large businesses sometimes receives formal complaints from employees.

“In some cases these are settled with the agreement of all parties and their legal advisers.

“These settlements are confidential so I cannot comment further on them.”

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