Health and beauty boss Matthew Moulding in line for £830m payout

Mr Moulding’s payout has, however, been criticised. Luke Hildyard, the director of campaign group the High Pay Centre, a campaign group, said: “Payments worth hundreds of millions of pounds are far more than any individual needs or could possibly ever spend, and will strengthen the argument for more effective taxation of corporations and the super-rich.”

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