Current offence under Financial Services Act 2012 is "unprosecutable"
Interest rate's governance and wider industry culture also in the dock
Judge's summing-up continues for jury
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Trader responds to claims he induced brokers to skew their Libor recommendations
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Court hears bank’s £160 million rate-rigging penalty notice
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Bank relied on BBA and on-the-job training, fraud trial told
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