'When I read the e-mails from those traders, I got physically ill'.
'You’re the man in charge. But you’re accepting all the good things and the bonuses (and) the people working for you are fiddling the system, potentially going to prison... give me a suggestion of how you’re going to show contrition to those staff and customers who are wondering whether to take their money out of this rotten, thieving bank ?'
'You (Diamond) have come to symbolize a culture that itself needs changing'.
'You’ve (Diamond) been occupying the crease for 2 1/2 hours and I’m not sure we’ve got a great deal further forward'.
'I think, cumulatively, the whole package looks somewhat implausible. And if it is plausible, it's only because there is something wrong with the culture of Barclays and, of course, it's the culture that needs to be put right'.
'It was quite shocking testimony, in the sense that there was serious wrongdoing and he didn't know about it. Heaven knows what else was going on inside the bank'.
Finally, here's a couple of tweets from members of the committee on the fact that Diamond kepting addressing them by their first names:
'A deliberate move on his part. I haven't seen the man for 15 years, and barely then'.
Former Barclays banker and Tory committee member Jesse Norman
And live during the hearing: 'Really annoying that Mr Diamond is using our first names. So rude'.
Labour committee member Teresa Pearce
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