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Which? criticises bank complaint handling

One-fifth of complaints to banks about current accounts are not being cleared up to the satisfaction of customers, according to consumer group Which?

Its survey of 2,000 people found 26% had problems in the last year, of whom two thirds complained; 22% of those who did so were unhappy with the result.

The British Bankers' Association said moves were already under way to improve complaint handling.

Adam Parsons reports.