The banks have made it clear that there's no question of customers losing their credit status in light of the recent mortgage rate scandal.
According to the dictionary:
there's no question of (something):
There is no doubt that something exists or is the case.
There is no possibility that something is the case or will happen.
So actually this sentence has 2 meanings which contradict each other, although I'm aware that the most possible reading is: customers won't lose their credit status.
My question is why this construction has 2 opposite meanings. Could you explain the logic behind this?