Wednesday February 19, 2020

News roundup: top stories at 5 pm

* Central Bank labels Ulster's planning "appalling". * Unemployment hits highest level since 1994. * MEPs reject anti-piracy bill. * Manchester United to offer shares in US.

4th July, 2012
Ulster Bank: may be forced to pay compensation.

Top stories on Wednesday at 5 pm:

**Central Bank officials** tell an Oireachtas Committee that Ulster Bank's contingency planning was "appalling" and the bank will have to make restitution to customers.

**Ulster Bank CEO** says the bank is "looking at compensation" options.

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