By  on October 12, 2010

LONDON — Sir Philip Green is known for his eagle-eyed approach to retail, so it’s no surprise the owner of Topshop and Topman has pulled no punches in his one-off review into efficiency in the British government, examining spending on everything from cups of coffee to mobile phone contracts.

In August, Britain’s prime minister, David Cameron, asked Green to undertake the efficiency review as part of his quest to slash government spending and reduce the U.K.’s 155 billion pound, or $247 billion, budget deficit.

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