Norfolk MP calls for Topshop and BHS mogul Sir Philip Green to be stripped of his knighthood

  EDP 24 
A Norfolk MP has called on the prime minister to “stand up for decent standards” and strip disgraced tycoon Sir Philip Green of his knighthood.
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