Aviva loses vote on executive pay at its AGM


Insurance firm Aviva has lost a key vote on plans to boost executive pay, at its annual general meeting (AGM).

Excluding abstentions, 54% voted against the remuneration report, with shareholders showing their anger about payouts to top bosses.

Shareholders have also voiced concerns about falling share prices and dividends.

George Alagiah and Emma Simpson have more details.

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