Boohoo to take Revolution argument to AIM stock market regulator

Close-up image of Revolution Beauty products

Boohoo is making a complaint to the junior stock market regulator as a war of words with Revolution Beauty continues.

The fashion retailer is drafting a letter to the AIM regulatory authorities insisting that Revolution clarifies a previous stock exchange announcement that Boohoo had obstructed efforts to finalise its accounts, according to Sky News.

Insiders said Boohoo also wants assurance that voting decisions at an upcoming Revolution Beauty extraordinary general meeting (EGM) are granted and not then overturned.

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