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Barclays rejects claims of improper conduct

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Barclays' General Counsel Bob Hoyt improperly used a copy of an interview given by Richard Boath in a criminal investigation to fire the executive, Boath’s lawyer told a London employment tribunal Friday.

Ex-UBS / Citi trader writes from prison

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Tom Hayes, the trader jailed last year for his role in attempts to manipulate Libor, has written to the head of the Serious Fraud Office over fresh claims that the Bank of England was aware of how the key benchmark was “lowballed” in the run-up to the financial crisis.

Barclays-Qatar probe decision latest

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The U.K. Serious Fraud Office said it had finishing re-interviewing suspects for its probe into Barclays’ 2008 Qatar fundraising, and expects to make a decision on whether to file criminal charges early next year.

Libor trial jury retires to consider verdict

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The jury in the London trial of five former Barclays traders charged with conspiracy to manipulate global Libor interest rates retired to consider its verdict on Monday after hearing more than 10 weeks of evidence.

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Barclays rejects claims of improper conduct

Barclays' General Counsel Bob Hoyt improperly used a copy of an interview given by Richard Boath in a criminal investigation to fire the executive, Boath’s lawyer told a London employment tribunal Friday.