Senior Economist Josh Ryan-Collins writes for the New Statesman
03 November 2016
It’s good news that Mark Carney is staying at the Bank of England, but some things do need to change. Senior Economist Josh Ryan-Collins writes for the New Statesman:
“On Brexit, criticism has come from a raft of eurosceptic Tory MPs, who believe Carney and the Bank overstepped their remit with warnings about the damage it would do to the economy. But the Bank was no different here from nearly every other major financial forecaster.”
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