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Tell us what the plan is! Bank of England chief Mark Carney risks fresh clash with Theresa May by demanding 'clarity' on Brexit strategy

MailOnline Wednesday, 30 November 2016 ()
Tell us what the plan is! Bank of England chief Mark Carney risks fresh clash with Theresa May by demanding 'clarity' on Brexit strategyThe Bank of England governor said businesses needed to know 'as soon as possible' what 'endpoint' the Prime Minister will seek in looming negotiations with the EU.
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