The British Labour Party is looking at forcing the the London Stock Exchange to delist companies that don't do enough to fight global warming if it comes back to power. "We've got to signal now that we're being serious about tackling climate change. And we're going to use every lever of government we possibly can to enable that to happen," said John McDonnell, the party's shadow chancellor of the exchequer. McDonnell said he would also like to see the criteria for listing a company on the stock exchange include its record on human rights and trade union rights.
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"It makes me feel like the government is preying on the vulnerable and the weak to line their own pockets."
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