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Andrew Verity
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Private Eye Magazine Apr 19
In the new Eye, Slicker looks in detail at what the trials and civil actions over the Libor scandal have unearthed.
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Andrew Verity Apr 19
She only arrived at BBA in 2007. But BoE was first given evidence of Libor being set to suit derivatives positions in 2005, by John Ewan...
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Andrew Verity Apr 18
Replying to @hayesrobing
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Andrew Verity Apr 17
Also implied threat was nationalisation. So Boe urged Barclays to set Libor with its commercial interests in mind - with all that implies
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Jonathan Davis Apr 17
BBC-lets-through-an-anti-establishment-documentary Shocker. Bravo brave Can't imagine the shit you took to get it aired.
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Andrew Verity Apr 16
Thanks Steve. I suppose BoE wanted to explain its own Libor requests in that light. Few saw it as wrong then, as accused traders argued...
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Andrew Verity Apr 14
True. The one bit that interested me was him emphasising that responsibility must lie at the top.
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Andrew Verity Apr 14
not the other defendants. I meant other people who chose to make false confessions and shop their colleagues
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Julie Apr 14
Stelios, Ryan, Alex, and Jay all told the truth from the beginning. The SFO knew that and went after them anyways.
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Andrew Verity Apr 14
Replying to @Ian_Fraser
Yes
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Andrew Verity Apr 14
Replying to @bbki2611
Stelios - thank you very much indeed. But you and Ryan are the ones who told the truth from the start when others weren't as truthful...
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Andrew Verity Apr 14
LCJ Thomas is regarded by BOE as having interesting views on ethics of banking. He spoke at a BOE event on it the month after COA ruling.
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Andrew Verity Apr 14
Replying to @HayleyLEK @CityAM
Great article! Now ask yourself why Court of Appeal refused Jay Merchant's application to the Supreme Court.
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Andrew Verity Apr 14
Replying to @HayleyLEK @CityAM
Great article. Now ask yourself. Why did Court of Appeal refuse Jay Merchant leave to appeal to the Supreme Court?.............
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Andrew Verity Apr 14
The Libor trials: Where we are now and how it could have been very different | City A.M.
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LovesGoodFood Apr 11
Replying to @ShekharGupta
; Journalism of Courage...will this expose ensure UK indicts officials & releases expendable juniors from jail
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Andrew Verity Apr 14
Replying to @TimFranks54
The latter Tim. BTW think about why Staley story was released the same day; it didn't quite bump us off the news. But it nearly did.......
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TimFranks54 Apr 12
Brilliant programme- Add Barclays whistle-blower hunt. Where now? One-off 30 min embarrassment or start of truth pursuit wherever it leads?
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Andrew Verity Apr 14
Replying to @PaulCar63357570
Andrew.verity@bbc.co.uk
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Andrew Verity Apr 13
Replying to @InsolvencyCIC
Thank you!
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