MPs call for inquiry after G20 report says oil price is open to 'manipulation' because it relies on honesty of traders
Meanwhile, Leicester City Council announces plans to remove £6m in deposits from under-fire bank
Barbour-clad brigade are not waving placards yet – but they're angry about falling prize money
Bank increases outlay by almost 50 per cent as EPL cements reputation as Europe's richest
Andrea Leadsom comment to BBC leaves Osborne little option but to apologise to Ed Balls
Ed Miliband: We would break up the 'big five' banks and strike off bad bankers for life
Opinion Digest: jobless graduates, Osborne v Balls plus Hilary Clinton for president
If the banker's non-answers were 'implausible', why is there so little hope of a judge-led inquiry?
Former bank chief has to be reminded by Andrea Leadsom why he resigned from Barclays
Former Labour minister Lord Myners claims Paul Tucker has record of disputed conversation with Barclays chief
Opinion digest: the swimming edict and why we must decide – are we in or out of Europe?
Freed from any responsibility to Barclays, will former CEO drag the Bank of England deeper into the scandal?
He clearly had to go, says Ed Miliband, and his departure is only one of several changes needed
Barclays chairman falls on sword – but with new claims against Bank of England, it will solve nothing
14 Barclays traders face FBI probe while two leading shareholders want management gone
Bank of England governor calls for a change of culture and an end to the shoddy treatment of bank customers
Opinion digest: banking culture, government U-turns and Beckham's Olympic snub
The London mayor says the behaviour of 'dodgy' Barclays traders was 'almost certainly criminal'
'The unacceptable face of banking' is facing calls to quit over Barclays' market manipulation