The letter "B" of the signage on the Barclays headquarters in Canary Wharf is hoisted up the side of the building in London
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Peter Johnson, a former senior Barclays banker, pleaded guilty in October 2014 to conspiring to manipulate Libor, a leading benchmark for pricing financial transactions worldwide, prosecutors said Wednesday.The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) said a court order restricting publicity of the guilty plea had been lifted five weeks into the London trial of five other former Barclays bankers on Libor rigging charges.Johnson's guilty plea, the first in a Libor-related case in Britain, was not publishable before because of concerns by a judge handling the case at the time that it might prejudice the trial of the co-defendants.
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