Labour party pledges to increase diversity on FTSE 100 boards


By Reena Kumar INCREASING diversity in FTSE 100 boards, setting up an independent inquiry into Britain’s role in the 1984 siege on the Golden Temple and excluding international students from immigration figures are among pledges announced by Jeremy Corbyn who launched his Labour party’s manifesto today. Describing it as “a blueprint of what Britain could be”, Labour also promised to develop and implement fair immigration rules and not discriminate between people of different races or creeds. A Labour government will also introduce equal pay audit requirements on large employers to close the large pay gap among black and Asian workers,…

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