There may yet be consequences for Sir Philip Green over his plundering of BHS. The British Neoliberal Party has nothing against asset-strippers, of course; and stealing your workers' pension money to spend on fleets of luxury yachts is nowadays considered mere socio-economic prudence. But one of BHS's best-known sites has now been taken over by a Polish fashion chain, which will soon be handing out clothes to migrants as if they had a right to be here. The British Neoliberal Party has never much minded selling off the nation's institutions; but their preferred buyers tend to be Australo-American hard-working families. Allowing BHS Lebensraum to fall into the hands of a nation of benefit-claiming plumbers may be Sir Philip Green's one small yet fatal mistake in an otherwise brilliant career.