Philip Green should have selected a less challenging method or tactic if he had expected to ender himself for the investigation of BHS. At one point of inquiry, he has raised a question to the questioner that which section of ‘I do not keep in mind’ don’t you be aware of. And he was found uncomfortable while another MP started asking questions. Later then, Philip Green has demanded a sorry from the MP for questioning about his ego. At the meeting or inquiry session, an MP said that Green’s ego may feature something to execute on regarding the trade of BHS, for this act, Philip Green wanted a sorry.
Sir Philip Green has been showing roughness to Common Select Committees and their questions on him. The common select committee is seeking to enquire, how the trade has been shuffled, pension arrears and a valid answer to why thousands of people were sent out from work. As far as pension arrears are concerned, Green has accepted his mistakes and he refused to take the in-charge. It is almost too late, he added. To the sale of BHS, he said that we found an unsuitable person for managing our company. Overall, Green said, everything was sortable with no explanation of how.