The latest news and views from the High Pay Centre.
11 Apr 2019: A disclosure paints a thousand words - blog by HPC Head of Policy and Research, Ashley Walsh, for Left Foot Forward.
19 Mar 2019: The UK has more millionaire bankers than the rest of Europe put together, according to figures from the European Banking Authority. Blog by HPC Director Luke Hildyard for Open Democracy)
6 Mar 2019: HPC is delighted to announce that Baroness Lister of Burtersett, Emeritus Professor of Social Policy at Loughborough University, has joined our Board of Directors
29 Jan 2019: The new Sunday Times 'tax rich list' is a welcome initiative, but praise for people for merely paying their taxes should be measured - blog by HPC Head of Policy and Research Ashley Walsh for Left Foot Forward
3 Jan 2019: HPC and CIPD research illustrates the UK's economic divisions
3 Dec 2018: HPC Head of Policy and Research Ashley Walsh blogs on a new report commissioned by the Labour Party
21 Sep 2018: Author of new book on top pay calls for a new corporate ethos - contact HPC to attend the launch on 11 October
13 Aug 2018: Blog by Luke Hildyard for the IPA bulletin
31 Jul 2018: High Pay Centre Director Luke Hildyard writes for Board Agenda magazine
11 Jun 2018: New rules requiring companies to disclose the gap between their CEO's pay and that of their average worker have been published for Parliamentary approval
Since 1 January 2020 the average FTSE 100 CEO has earned:
Income inequality in the UK
Wealth inequality in the UK
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