Former BHS owner should not rewrite history, court told

Dominic Chappell’s appeal against Pension Regulator’s prosecution should not ‘muddy the water’, lawyer says Lawyers acting for the former BHS owner Dominic Chappell should not be allowed to “muddy the water” with “irrelevant information”, the appeal against his pensions convictions has heard. Three times-bankrupt Chappell, 51, was ordered to pay more than £87,000, including a £50,000 fine, after being found guilty in January of failing to provide information to the Pensions Regulator (TPR) about the firm’s pensions schemes when it collapsed with the loss of thousands of jobs. Continue reading...

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