Chief executives of London’s FTSE 100 companies 10% pay rise

The High Pay Centre says chief executives of firms on London’s FTSE 100 index saw their mean average income rise by 10% in 2015. Which is rather strange because the most employees in the UK received a pay increase of around 2%; and even stranger still the FTSE 100 is down around 200 points from its peak in April 2015.
So whilst the UKs largest 100 companies are worth less on the London Stock Exchange, which is surely an accurate measure of the top executives poor performance, they are paying themselves more. Our new Prime Minister has sacked George Osborne, the man responsible for our countries economic performance. We should be showing Theresa May the yellow card, we do not want more of the same.

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