As Barclays is in engulfed by a firestorm of negative publicity following revelations its investment banking arm tried to manipulate Libor, the banking team discuss at whether Bob Diamond can survive as CEO, the prospects of other banks settling with the investigators and whether the trend for investment bankers to rise to the top jobs in global banks is reversing. We also take a look at the latest on Lloyds proposed sale of 630 branches to the Co-op. Presented by banking editor Patrick Jenkins, with Sharlene Goff, Daniel Schaefer and Brooke Masters

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