The collapse of retail giant BHS will remain in focus this week with former owner Sir Philip Green set to appear before MPs.

This follows a colourful hearing last week when Dominic Chappell (pictured), who bought the retailer from Green, told a joint Commons select committee that Green ‘went insane’ and called administrators when Sports Direct founder Mike Ashley tried to buy BHS.

The BHS inquiry also put legal advisers under the spotlight, with Linklaters revealing it was paid £1.2m in total for its work advising Arcadia Group on the sale of BHS.

But Olswang refused to disclose details of the fees it received for advising Retail Acquisitions Limited on its purchase of BHS, claiming legal privilege and client confidentiality.