Judge Morris told Kemp: 'Over this period of time you were a highly sophisticated fraudster, depriving people of money, conning them that they were going to get fabulous, unbelievable returns.' One victim's son said his father was receiving phone calls on his death bed'.
John Lewis will open 'personalisation stations' at 11 different stores in the UK that allow shoppers to fill 1.2kg Quality Street tins with only the chocolates they like for £12, or £15 with a personalised tin.
Kemp duped his victims into joining a secret investment club promising huge returns and warning them not to tell police.
Tanyalee Davis, 37, was left sobbing after a train guard ordered her to move her mobility scooter.
The Great Western Rail employee even announced it to the entire train to Norwich.
The former foreign secretary exploded back into the political fray with his resignation speech to the Commons (pictured left and bottom right) as the Prime Minister struggles to contain open warfare in the Tory party.
Mr Johnson complained that a 'fog of self doubt' had descended on the government after Mrs May's Lancaster House speech last year, and she had allowed the process to be dictated by questions about the Irish border.