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Barclays legal team expected to reveal 208 of their employees names involvedin libor scandal at todays hearing

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Lawyers for Barclays will on Wednesday disclose the names after a High Court judge ordered the bank to hand them to the legal team of a care home operator that is suing the bank for mis-selling it complex interest rate derivatives.


The disclosure follows an attempt by Barclays to argue against the need for disclosure. However, Mr Justice Julian Flaux said on Tuesday that it was “unacceptable” to deny access to the names.


Guardian Care Homes is claiming £38m from Barclays over interest rate swaps the company alleges it was mis-sold. Barclays said: “It would be premature to comment on proceedings before the Judge has made his decision.”



As is typical of all of the banks, Dishonest Barclays hate the light of day. Transparency is anathema.

Like any other thief in the night - they love the night and hate the day.


Amazing that they have been caught out once again - and for all their public apologies, they still won't cooperate without a court order.

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