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RBS and NatWest to close 158 branches as customers go digital
After the closures there will be 151 RBS and 856 NatWest branches remaining. Photograph: Hannah Mckay/EPA. Royal Bank of Scotland.
RBS to close another 30 Scottish branches  
Hundreds of jobs hit as 158 RBS and NatWest branches close amid banking 'shift'  
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