The UK is "years away" from legislating on company executives' pay, according to former pensions minister Steve Webb - despite the prospect being raised by Prime Minister Theresa May at the weekend.
Writing in The Guardian on Saturday, in the wake of the Carillion collapse, May suggested the government would set out "tough new rules for executives who try to line their own pockets by putting...
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