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Dominic Chappell summoned to aid BHS enquiry

Former BHS owner Dominic Chappell is set to appear in court as part of the BHS enquiry, after being summoned by the Insolvency Service for failing to co-operate with its ongoing investigation into the retailer’s collapse

The Insolvency Service is said to have issued Chappell a court date of 27 April to respond to the service’s requests for information. The Insolvency Service told Sky News that it “has powers, on behalf of the Secretary of State, to apply to court to enforce co-operation with its investigations”.

However, a source close to Chappell claimed that the businessman cannot supply the information requested, as his financial documents and computer were seized in a raid last November by HM Revenue and Customs. 

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