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Barclays Board Face Angry Shareholders At AGM
The board of Barclays face laughter and jeering as they seek to defend the bank's controversial pay and bonus pool. 2:19pm UK, Thursday 24 April 2014.
Barclays sees key shareholder vote against pay policy  
Barclays chairman defends staff bonuses as Standard Life leads shareholder ...  
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