The Bank of England's doomsday economic scenario has left three of Britain's major banks under some stress.
But only one, Co-op, has actually failed the test of what would happen if there were an economic crisis in the UK.
The bank, which faced its own crisis in 2012 when its efforts to buy 600 Lloyds Bank branches collapsed, has been told to cut its balance sheet by selling assets.
For Lloyds and RBS the results of the stress tests were tough but not as gloomy.
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