HBOS fallout, the widening rate-rigging scandal and Post Office current accounts

This week the banking team examine the fallout from the Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards’ report into HBOS, as former chief executive Sir James Crosby asks for his knighthood to be revoked. They also take a look at the latest developments in the Libor-related rate-rigging scandal as the probe expands around the world, and are joined by Elaine Moore, deputy editor of FT Money to talk about the Post Office announcing plans to offer current accounts in all its branches by 2014