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Ulster Bank woes continue on busiest day of banking year

Problems for Ulster Bank customers continued on what is traditionally the busiest day of the banking year in Northern Ireland.

Thousands of customers in NI and the Irish Republic are still affected by a computer failure at the bank's parent company RBS on 19 June.

Business at the bank is usually at a peak in Northern Ireland on the eve of a traditional two week holiday period.

Mark Simpson reports.

  • 06 Jul 2012
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