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In bed with McDonnell

22 June 2018 By Neil Unmack

The opposition Labour party wants the Bank of England to include productivity targets in its mandate. The idea seems flawed – monetary policy is a weak tool for boosting efficiency. But it reflects a growing political dissatisfaction with independent yet impotent central banks.

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