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BoE says banker bonuses can be clawed back for up to seven years
LONDON (Reuters) - Bankers who break rules on their conduct may have to hand back bonuses up to seven years after being awarded them, the Bank of England said on Wednesday as it unveiled some of the world's toughest curbs on the sector.
Regulators want reckless bankers to be criminally liable under new plans  
Bank Of England Gets Tough On City Misconduct  
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The cost of the payment protection insurance scandal escalated again on Wednesday as Barclays took another �900m provision to cover the costs of compensating customers mis-sold the insurance product.
HSBC has closed a number of bank accounts belonging to Muslim clients, including one of London's largest mosques, because they fall outside the bank's "risk appetite".
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The video, shot from the train driver's cab, shows the pair desperately running to get out of the way before lying flat between the rails.
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