The Co-operative Bank has said it lost about 25,000 current accounts during the first 6 months of the year following the uncertainty over its future.
Furthermore, £400m of instant access savings cash was withdrawn in a period that saw the bank being put up for sale before a rescue deal was agreed.
In June 2017 the Co-operative Bank agreed a £700m rescue package to stop itself from being wound up.
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