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Government fails to curb swelling executive pay

New research from the High Pay Centre has found that Government measures to tackle excessive executive pay in the UK have slumped – the Guardian reported.

The thinktank found that between 2014 and 2018 – the time frame which attempted the clampdown on executive pay - every pay policy put to annual meetings of FTSE 100 companies was approved by shareholders.

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