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Sir Philip Green and BHS CEO hit back at claims that favoured BHS staff got a £2 million 'Philip bonus'

Favoured staff at BHS' head office were paid a collective £2 million ($2.4 million) by former parent company Arcadia as the department store was collapsing, according to the BBC's Panorama programme. However, billionaire retail tycoon Sir Philip Green, who owns Arcadia, has hit back at the claims, calling them "fundamentally untrue." Sir Philip claims the payments were made to retain key staff during the sale process.
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