Karren Brady says she has ‘sense of duty’ to Sir Philip Green’s employees – including her daughter

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Karren Brady says she has ‘sense of duty’ to Sir Philip Green’s employees – including her daughter

Karren Brady with her daughter, Sophia
Karren Brady with her daughter, Sophia Credit: Getty Images Europe

Baroness Brady has insisted she has a "sense of duty" to Sir Philip Green’s employees to remain as chairman of his business empire.

Breaking her silence, Baroness Brady said it would be “the easy thing to do” to walk away from Taveta Investments Ltd, the holding company behind Sir Philip’s fashion brands.

But she said she preferred to “remain in post” for the 20,000 employees, among them her daughter, who works for Topshop.

Sir Philip is accused of sexual harassment and racial abuse of staff, who received up to £1 million in payments provided they signed non disclosure agreements.

Sir Philip, who denies the allegations, now faces a possible investigation after being reported by an MP to Scotland…

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