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Deutsche Bank in record $2.5bn Libor fine

Germany’s biggest bank, Deutsche Bank has been fined $2.5bn by US and UK regulators for trying to manipulate interest rates. We speak to Martin Arnold, banking editor of the Financial Times newspaper about the record penalty for such misconduct.

Meanwhile Greece is locked in talks with its international lenders which it hopes will unlock more bailout money. In the interim, the government has ordered all public institutions to hand over their cash reserves, to help make ends meet. Giorgos Papanikolaou, the mayor of the Athens suburb of Glyfada tells us the impact this is having on his principality.

And with the UK’s general election campaign in full swing you can hear the last in our series of our interviews with six of the parties. Daniel Hannan, a Conservative member of the European Parliament speaks to Dominic Laurie about his party’s economic policies.

And as YouTube turns 10 year old, we speak to Jim Chapman the English vlogger with more than two million subscribers to his video channel.