Bradley: ‘Bank of Ireland must act quickly to restore service’

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Monday, February 20th, 2012
SDLP MLA for Newry and Armagh Dominic Bradley has said that the recent fire at the Bank  of Ireland in Newry could cause major problems for businesses in the greater Newry area. Commenting on the blaze Mr Bradley, who is also SDLP finance spokesperson said, “Many families and businesses are customers of the Bank of Ireland and the damage to the building in Newry will cause a major inconvenience to them.” Bradley added, “I believe that the management of the Bank of Ireland in  Northern Ireland and the local officials met on Sunday to discuss how business can be continued with the least possible disruption to customers. I would urge the Bank to bring forward their plans as quickly as possible and to inform the public of how and when service will be restored.” Related Articles: Mayor Charlie Casey speaks about Bank of Ireland fire Fire crews fight blaze at Bank of Ireland’s Newry branch
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