PRESS DIGEST – Financial Times – February 1

Here are the top stories from the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not guarantee their accuracy. Securities

– Boris Johnson rejects calls to resign after Sue Gray’s scathing report on lockdown parties

– Vodafone major shareholder signals support for activist campaign

– Boris Johnson was battling a new Conservative threat to his leadership on Monday, following a long-awaited and highly critical report on the party culture at the heart of his government. – A former BNP Paribas employee has won a £2 million ($2.69 million) payout after judges ruled the French bank unfairly discriminated against her because of her gender.

– One of Vodafone’s biggest shareholders, Abrdn PLC, hailed an activist campaign to improve the telecoms company’s performance as “very sensible”, as another investor said the move was “long overdue”. ($1 = 0.7437 pounds) (Compiled by Bengaluru Newsroom)

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