Thursday, December 9, 2010

Bad luck Sir Philip Green

Once again I got stuck in a protest outside Topshop on Oxford Street tonight. I was shocked to have found that the shop windows were smashed and graffitied on, armed police with their sheilds and AK47 everywhere. Kinda felt like I was in WW3. It was pretty terrifying having been there whilst it was actually happening but managed to take some photos before I tried to push past the crowds before I got shot.

Activist Bridget Chapman, 39, from Lambeth, south-east London, said: "If people like Philip Green paid their taxes we would not have to make public spending cuts.

Dolce & Gabbana has just recently been found guilty for tax exemption as well.

“A judge will soon evaluate evidence from Milan-based prosecutor Laura Pedio; he will have the option of dismissing the case if the evidence is not deemed sufficient. If the case does proceed, Dolce and Gabbana’s lawyers may favor negotiation (to allow the designers’ criminal record to remain clear) and settlement rather a pesky, pricey trial.”
Um, way to stay classy D&G.

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