August 8th, 2016
Episode 1116 of 1279 episodes
Over the last few days BHS stores around the country have been closing, the very last due to shut on August 20. The BBC’s Zoe Conway reports from a BHS store in Nottingham. Iain Wright, Labour MP for Hartlepool and chair of the Business, Innovation and Skills select committee, speaks to presenter Sarah Montague about former BHS owner Philip Green's failure to address the issue of the 11,000 former staff's pensions. (Image: BHS store. Credit: Getty Images)
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