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Dry summer of the not-easing King

14 May 2008 By Ian Campbell

Mervyn King, Governor of the Bank of England, unveiled a dire report on UK economic prospects on Wednesday. The bank has become much more pessimistic on inflation so the interest rate relief needed to promote economic growth is unlikely to come. Recession looks on the cards.

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