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Some of the main stores of Topshop, including the flagship in London, had to close its doors for several hours last weekend. The reason was not the most promising: the protesters are angry because Sir Philip Green, the Arcadia group, was accused of tax evasion. The buzz was so great that many protesters stormed a few shops shouting "pay taxes" and waved signs with threatening slogans. In the end, all were forcibly removed by police, who reopened the establishments.

* The same happened with the stores Dorothy Perkins, Evans and Miss Selfridge – all of the Arcadia group. According to the website of Vogue UK, the shortfall in the budget amounts to 120 billion pounds, but a spokesperson for the brand is not commenting. And Philip Green, much less. What a situation…

Protesters removed by police from Topshop stores: it seems that the Arcadia group has been evading taxes...