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  1. Bob Diamond would have resigned over Barclays' results today, his successor Antony Jenkins must know he can't produce a similar set again. Bob Diamond was the arch bull when the rest of the world had turned bearish. A man out of time and out of luck, though definitely not out of pocket. He resigned from Barclays just over a year ago following the Libor-rigging revelations, but, had he not done so, he would almost certainly be announcing his resignation today. The Barclays results make grim reading: a capital hole of £12.8bn, a £5.8bn rights issue, £2bn in new mis-selling provisions, and
  2. Hi Bob, currently we have BT as our phone and broadband provider,I would like to move to Plusnet but I have a problem,although I am the bill payer the BT account is in his name, he now has a default on his credit file would it be possible for me to get an account with Plusnet in my name ? The BT account is not in arrears.
  3. Her account is... https://twitter.com/nelliediamond The messages she has not replied to are... https://twitter.com/#!/search/realtime/%40nelliediamond To see all, you may need to click on "All" on the line stating... "Tweets Top / All / People you follow"
  4. Breaking news BBC. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-18685040 Full statement-Telegraph; http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/banksandfinance/9371741/Bob-Diamond-resigns-from-Barclays-the-full-statement.html Sky news; http://news.sky.com/story/955415/barclays-chief-executive-bob-diamond-resigns Bob Diamond has quit as chief executive of Barclays bank in a shock twist to the rate-rigging scandal. Marcus Agius, who resigned as chairman only yesterday, is to return to his role and will take over the running of the bank while a successor to Mr D
  5. I bet Bob Diamond will resign by the end of this week. The new chairman of Barclays will come under intense pressure to show chief executive Bob Diamond the door in a dramatic purge at the bank. Marcus Agius is expected to stand down as early as today as the bank battles to repair its reputation in the wake of the interest-rate rigging scandal. But his exit is unlikely to calm the storm threatening to engulf Barclays with critics calling for the head of Diamond and his most trusted lieutenants. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/news/article-2167380/Bob-Diamond-feels-
  6. Barclays chief executive Bob Diamond has been summoned to appear in front of the Treasury Select Committee on Wednesday Vince Cable has admitted banking sector is a 'massive cesspit' Barclays, HSBC, Lloyds and Royal Bank of Scotland were censured for selling risky and inappropriate insurance to thousands of small firm Barclays failed to act on three internal warnings about conflicts of interest Bankers who have committed crimes must be brought to trial, Justice Secretary Ken Clarke insisted today Six UK Barclay traders could be extradited to the US to face criminal c
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