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22 November 2019

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POLITICO London Playbook, presented by Uber: Facing a Question Time audience - More manifestos - Twitter ad ban comes in (1)
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Board of Australia's Westpac 'unreservedly apologizes' over money-laundering (3)
Byron Kaye, Paulina Duran SYDNEY (Reuters) - The board of Australia's second largest bank on Friday apologized unreservedly for 23 million breaches of money laundering laws, but stood by management despite pressure from politicians to review its leadership. FILE PHOTO: A pedestrian looks at his phone as he walks past a logo for Australia's Westpac Banking Corp located outside a branch in central Sydney, Australia, November 5, 2018.
Up to Westpac to weigh CEO's future amid money-laundering scandal, Australian PM says (1)
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Thursday it was up to the board of Westpac Banking Corp (WBC.AX) to decide whether Chief Executive Brian Hartzer should resign in the wake of Australia's biggest money laundering scandal. FILE PHOTO: A pedestrian looks at his phone as he walks past a logo for Australia's Westpac Banking Corp located outside a branch in central Sydney, Australia, November 5, 2018.
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