Mark Carney still stands taller than Brexit’s lost leaders

Politics The Guardian

While his predecessor and proponents of no-deal vanish into fantasy, the governor is clear about the dangers we face When my old friend Mervyn King completed his 10-year term as governor of the Bank of England in June 2013, I was deputed, as one of the older journalists who attended his press conferences over the years, to make some farewell remarks. I praised him for the frank, even-handed and (almost) always enlightening way in which he had handled the press conferences associated with the Bank’s regular inflation reports and the deliberations of the monetary policy committee the governor …

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