The Co-operative group has reported a record loss for the bank of £2.5bn after a "disastrous year" during which its banking division and the wider group came close to collapse.
Coming soon after the surprise departures of chief executive Euan Sutherland and board director Lord Myners, the group's annual results revealed a £2.1bn loss on the discontinued operations of its banking...
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