Thu 31 March 2011, BBC News

The hole in Ireland's banks is £21bn

By Robert Peston
Could the Irish banking system, where a single nationalised bank, Anglo Irish, has just announced losses of £16bn (18bn euros), equivalent to well over a third of all revenues received by the Irish government, be any more bust (and thanks to the journalist Fintan O'Toole for that comparator)?
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