Sports Direct chairman should 'step down'
A shareholder in Sports Direct has praised the retailer for its review of working practices but says investors do not plan to change their vote of no confidence in Sports Direct chairman Keith Hellawell.
Leon Kamhi, head of responsibility at Hermes Investment Management, told the World at One that Mr Hellawell should be replaced by a "strong, credible individual with experience of chairing a FTSE company".
(Photo: Sports Direct sign. Credit: Press Association)