Barclays ex-boss Bob Diamond is 'sorry and angry'
Bob Diamond, who resigned as Barclays chief executive on Tuesday in the wake of the inter-bank interest rate-fixing scandal, has called the behaviour of those responsible "reprehensible".
He said he only found out about the true extent of the rigging this month.
Mr Diamond said he "loved" Barclays and had resigned to protect its reputation. "I'm sorry, disappointed and angry," he told MPs.
Robert Peston reports.