The Tory manifesto is light on governance pledges compared with the detailed—and sometimes controversial—proposals from Labour and the Liberal Democrats.
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Executive pay will be in the crosshairs of a new Tory government, should Boris Johnson be elected as prime minister, according to the party’s manifesto published at the weekend.
However, despite flagging a hot button issue, the Tory manifesto was short on detail.
Indeed, governance is an add-on in the document to a much larger consideration of the UK tax system.
The Tories pledged to “reform” the audit regime and insolvency rules to offer more protection to customers and suppliers. They also promised to “carefully study” the ongoing investigation into the collapse of veteran travel company Thomas Cook. But the boldest commi
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