Zero-hours contracts must be abolished;
Trade union rights must be recognised and supported;
A true living wage must be paid in the future;
Its gender pay differential must be published, and it must have a policy for reducing it;
Put its full accounts on public record, whatever its size;
It may not use any tax avoidance schemes of any sort whatsoever;
It must never use a tax haven;
If it is a large company it must publish country-by-country reports;
No one must be paid more than ten times UK median earnings;
Every large company involved must have a plan for becoming net-zero carbon and must include the cost of that plan in its accounts, and make annual reports about progress on this issue;
Publish information annually of the type required by the Fair Tax Mark;
Dividends must be based on group retained earnings;
No dividends should be permitted if group retained earnings would as a result be less than the last three years (in smaller companies, with five years being required in larger ones) average net profit after tax to encourage balance sheet resilience.
This is the price of government support in the current crisis.
Oh, plus 25.1% of the equity.
Given what Murph describes as tax avoidance this means not carrying forward tax losses (as Starbucks), not obeying transfer pricing rules (Starbucks), not deducting interest as an expense (Boots) and so on. Gonna be a fun world under the Enabling Act.