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Barclays boss Antony Jenkins on the bank's future agenda

8 May 2014 Last updated at 17:08 BST

Barclays is to cut 19,000 jobs by 2016, with more than 9,000 to go in the UK, the bank has said.

As part of a new strategy, the investment part of the bank will lose about 7,000 jobs.

Barclays' chief executive Antony Jenkins spoke to the BBC's business editor Kamal Ahmed about the decision, and how growth and digital advancements could determine the bank's future agenda.

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