Reeves on Barclays' Bob Diamond and rate manipulation

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The shadow chief secretary to the Treasury said Bob Diamond was "not providing the leadership" needed by Barclays Bank and the banking sector.

Rachel Reeves said his appearance before the Treasury Select Committee would be his "final opportunity" to explain what had been going on at the bank.

Andrew Neil repeatedly asked her if the bank leader should stand down over the interest rate manipulation allegations, and if Labour was backing calls for him to go.

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