Published On: Sun, Jun 26th, 2016

As BHS Sinks, Tina Green Tours Her New £100 Million Yacht

Boat, which took four years to build, has been made to her specifications

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Four years took to build this £100 million yacht to Lady Tina Green’s specifications, which likely make BHS workers anger. After all they are who risk losing their jobs and pensions and may wonder why retail billionaire Sir Philip of Topshope did not put the money into the struggling company.

 

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The chain fashion, which had run up huge losses in recent years, went into administration in April, only a year after Sir Green sold it for just £1, putting 11, 000 jobs at risk. Its pension scheme, which has 20, 000 members, has a £571 million black hole.

Lionheart is four storeys high and the length of a football pitch. It is said to boast a hot tub, swimming pool, helipad, three lifts, a beauty salon, a barbecue and a fleet of jet-skis. It can sleep 12 guests and 28 crew…

Read the full story at DailyMail, by CLAIRE ELLICOT

 

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