No 'Plan B' for Brexit "twist and turns"BY BENJAMIN ONG | FRIDAY, 12 MAY 2017 10:42AM
Despite BOE governor Mark Carney warning only last February of the "twists and turns" heading into Brexit - almost immediately proved true in mid-April when PM Theresa May called for general elections to be held on the 8th of June this year - the BOE remains optimistic over the growth outlookRead more: BOE, Brexit, EU, Mark Carney, MPC, Theresa May, Bank of England, Bank Rate, European Union, Monetary Policy Statement, UK, United Kingdom
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