Phillip Greens conduct prior to his knighthood

Olivia Parcell made this Freedom of Information request to Main Honours Advisory Committee

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Dear Main Honours Advisory Committee,

What checks were made on Phillip Greens conduct prior to his knighthood? And did these highlight any evidence of his involvement with the use of Non-disclosure agreements to deal with potential misconduct?

Yours faithfully,

Olivia Parcell

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