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Uploaded on May 10, 2011
Greedy Bank Excutives claiming Huge Bank Bonus's from peoples hard earned money. maybe it's time for a ppi claim These Bankers that are rate fixing the libor rates are now known as fat cat bankers for the way they run the high street banks and fix the 2012 libor rates. In this Banking crisis or Banking Scandal Barclays Bob Diamond (is he a fat cat banker?) 6 have resigned, did he pay himself a large bonus when the Banks were putting small business's into Bankruptcy. UK Politicians are doing nothing for uk politics letting these criminals flout the law. The serious fraud squad should get involved for the theft of public money. Which Consumer the poll says 4 out 5 people want the fat cat bankers to go to prison. They do in this video Tony Robinson is asking are bankers human the public are saying no. The Banking Crisis from Wall Sreet in the USA to Barclays and RBS in the UK is getting worse. Four RBS Bankers have been sacked. The vote from which consumer say Nationalise the Banking System . Barclays Bank now take the crown of the fat cat bankers A Melodic Rock Song by TOKYO ROSE of how the Fat Cat Bankers of Barclays Bank High Street conducted their daily business 365 days a year. Barclays chief executive Bob Diamond has admitted for the first time that the bank made a conscious decision to falsify Libor rates. It's time for David Cameron and President Obama to rid the world of this greed. Nationalise the Banks. The British Serious Fraud Office director David Green has revealed that he will be accepting the Libor case to investigate. After losing three executives, Including CEO BOB DIAMOND and paying a fine equivalent to $452 M, Barclays is on shaky ground, and they may be facing international criminal charges. Around the world, big banks are taking notes, because price fixing interbank loans seems to have become almost a standard practice. MSN news said that the Royal Bank of Scotland fired four traders in 2011 for ATTEMPTED rate fixing. They also report that, "questions have also emerged over whether Britain's central Bank, the Bank of England, may have encouraged Barclays to manipulate the rates." Tuesday, BoE Deputy Paul Tucker is set to testify before the parliament's Treasury Committee as to his knowledge and involvement in the controversy. The outcome of his testimony, on a personal scale, could impede him from taking over the BoE when Governor Mervyn King leaves, and on a large scale, could inextricably tie the BoE to the scandal. Standard and Poors has Barclays on a negative outlook