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LEICESTER - Campaigners have been putting pressure on fast fashion company Boohoo over the high salaries paid to executives in comparison with the wages historically earned by garment workers in the company's supply chain.

Members of the Labour Behind the Label initiative posed questions to the board of Boohoo at the company's annual general meeting where more than a third of shareholders who voted opposed the group's remuneration report.

The report revealed that Boohoo CEO John Lyttle was paid almost £1.4 million (US$1.7m) last year after he was awarded a bonus despite missing targets. Co-founders Mahmud Kamani and Carol Kane did not take any bonus.

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