Union Unite laid into Barclays bank today for closing a call centre with the loss of 475 jobs.
It follows reports that the scandal-hit bank's new boss Antony Jenkins is in line for a bonus worth more than £1 million.
Barclays said that although it is closing the Manchester call centre, there would be no change to its head count as new jobs were being created in Liverpool and Sunderland.
Unite national officer Dominic Hook said: "Just as we learn about the huge bonuses at the top of the bank, front-line staff are having their jobs put at risk."
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