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19 September 2012 By George Hay

Newly published letters from UK regulators cast doubt on evidence given by Marcus Agius, the former chairman of Barclays bank, to a parliamentary investigation into the Libor scandal. The fresh developments may make it tougher for him to rehabilitate his reputation.

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