Barclays chairman Sir David Walker told shareholders at the bank's annual general meeting that staff had to be given higher bonuses in order to stop them leaving, but his speech was met with calls to "sack" the remuneration committee.
Barclays chairman tells shareholders bonuses had to rise as resignation rates at investment bank doubled. "Genuine threat" to business.
"We're paying for Manchester United, we're getting Colchester Utd" - another Barclays shareholder stick boot in over level of bonuses.
Warm applause for shareholder who says "I think the remuneration committee should be sacked".
More top news
Despite being forced into an embarrassing climbdown on this week's Syria vote, Jeremy Corbyn tells me he retains authority over Labour.
A 'dangerous' rapist from Glasgow has been given a life sentence after carrying out a series of violent attacks on two former partners.
Dramatic pictures show a huge crocodile consuming a smaller competitor in a deadly croc-on-croc fight at a national park in Australia