TOPSHOP SUPPLY STRIKE GIVES SIR PHILIP GREEN ‘BLOODY NOSE’ WITH CYBER MONDAY GMB PICKET
Union members brave near-freezing conditions after walking out over minimum wage dispute.
Workers at a Topshop supply depot braved near-freezing conditions to form a picket a “lively, good-spirited” picket at 5am this morning.
GMB members at Spectrum for Arcadia, a division of the DHL Logistics Supply Chain, walked out this morning on 'Cyber Monday', one of the busiest online retails days of the year, over their battle for a living wage.
More than 50 workers formed up outside the depot in Solihull after accusing the former BHS boss of “breath-taking arrogance” following his alleged indifference to the strike. 
David Warwick, GMB Organiser, said:
“I am very proud of all the GMB members who stuck up for what they believed in and gave Philip Green a bloody nose this morning.
"While he was no doubt sunning himself on his luxury yacht, they formed a lively, good spirited picket in conditions that felt more like Siberia than Solihull."
“Hopefully the billionaire former BHS boss will now do they right thing, and give our hard-working members a decent, living wage.”
Contact: Contact: David Warwick on 07957 266751
Initial press release available here: http://www.gmb.org.uk/newsroom/disgraced-ex-bhs-boss