High pay of UK executives corrosive, report says

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The high salaries of UK executives are "corrosive" to the economy, the High Pay Commission has argued.

The commission - set up by a think tank - says the disparity between what top executives earn compared with average workers has been building for 30 years.

Emma Simpson reports.

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