LONDON – Labour MP Liz Kendall has called on Boohoo’s major shareholders to remove the company’s CEO and chair over the company’s “appalling worker exploitation in Leicester supply chain,” which were highlighted by Alison Levitt QC.
Alison Levitt QC’s independent investigation into Boohoo found serious failings in corporate governance at the Manchester company. Kendall now says Boohoo chairman Mahmud Kamani and CEO John Lyttle should be removed from their roles.
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