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UK Labour: Delist companies that fail to tackle climate change

8 monthes ago   |   By Politico

LONDON - A Labour government would delist companies that fail to take steps to tackle the climate crisis, Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell announced today.
Companies must contribute to greening the economy or else get “delisted from the London Stock Exchange,” McDonnell said in a speech in Westminster.
“The Corporate Governance Code and legislation will be amended to set out a minimum standard for listing related to evidencing the action being taken to tackle climate change,” the shadow chancellor said. The policy will appear in the Labour party's election manifesto which will be unveiled...
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'There goes your pension!' McDonnell vows to 'rewrite' rules of economy with shocking move

'There goes your pension!' McDonnell vows to 'rewrite' rules of economy with shocking move

8 monthes ago   |   By Daily Express

SHADOW CHANCELLOR John McDonnell pledged Labour will “rewrite the rules of our economy” if elected into Government, announcing a controversial move on delisting companies from the London Stock Exchange.
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Companies that fail to tackle climate change will be delisted from the London Stock Exchange, Labour announces

8 monthes ago   |   By The Independent

John McDonnell tells bosses they must 'pull their weight' to help tackle the 'existential threat' to the planet
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