Lord Rose argues Labour should stop personal attacks on Boots boss Stefano Pessina and instead focus on a debate around policies.
Conservative peer and Ocado chairman Stuart Rose has intervened in the dispute between Labour and Pessina after Ed Miland and Ed Balls criticised the tax arrangements of Monaco-based Pessina.
Rose made the comments at yesterday’s The Delivery Conference, hosted by MetaPack, shortly after Ocado reported its first annual pre-tax profits.
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