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Barclays suffers as profits at investment bank halve
The Bank are reportedly set to announce plans that will force bankers with poor conduct to pay back bonuses. James Moore. Published: 30 July 2014.
Barclays Returns to Quarterly Profit as Impairments Fall  
Key Barclays Takeaways  
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The bosses of major City firms are to be made more accountable for their actions under proposals published on Wednesday, which could make them wait up to seven years for their bonuses and potentially be jailed if their banks fail.
It has emerged that other Muslim organisations, including the Finsbury Park Mosque, as well as individuals have been informed that their bank accounts will be closed by HSBC.
Attempts to defuse public anger over energy bosses' pay by appointing a new, cheaper, chief executive at British Gas were widely criticised yesterday.
Is the pasty and sausage roll falling out of favour with British consumers? Greggs, the bakery chain which is renowned for its hot savoury food, says an improvement in sales has been driven by the introduction of a new coffee blend and low-fat sandwiches.
ITV Plc (ITV) Chief Executive Officer Adam Crozier said the U.K.'s largest commercial broadcaster doesn't plan to sell parts of its business.

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