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Bank of England deputy drawn into Barclays' controversy

Bank of England deputy governor Paul Tucker may be asked to give his version of events to lawmakers over a telephone call with Barclays’ Robert Diamond as the Libor furor intensifies.

4th July, 2012
Barclays’ Robert Diamond is in front of a Commons Committee today.

Bank of England deputy governor Paul Tucker may be asked to give his version of events to lawmakers over a telephone call with Barclays’ Robert Diamond as the Libor furor intensifies.

George Mudie and Andy Love, opposition Labour Party members of the Treasury Committee who will question Diamond in Parliament today, said Tucker should also testify. His name was drawn into the fray after the lender released a note of a 2008 call purporting...

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