Diamond added that Tucker told him "that while he was certain we did not need advice, that it did not always need to be the case that we appeared as high as we have recently."
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Mr. Diamond had held a phone call with the bank's deputy governor, Paul Tucker, in 2008 in which Mr. Tucker told Mr. Diamond that Barclays' submission did not always need to be as high as it was.
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