Labour’s “Inclusive Ownership Funds”: nationalising 10% of everything? (September 2019)

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One of the UK Labour Party’s most striking policies is to require 10% of the shares in all UK companies with more than 250 employees to be owned by inclusive ownership funds. The dividends on those shares would then be shared between employees (but capped at £500 per employee), and the balance paid to the Government.

This briefing looks at the practical and legal implications of the proposal. 


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