Bank Of England Governor Says EU Has Helped UK Economy
With the referendum over the UK’s membership of the European Union taking place on Thursday 23 June, both “Remain” and “Leave” camps are putting forward their arguments over the future of the country.
The latest individual to make headlines is Mark Carney, governor of the Bank of England. In a letter to the Treasury Committee, he concluded that EU membership had "likely increased the dynamism of the UK economy and correspondingly its ability to grow without generating risks to the Bank's primary objectives of monetary and financial stability".
Mr Carney joins a number of other highly important individuals in making comments that appear to support the UK’s continued membership of the EU, including Sir Richard Branson and Baroness Karren Brady – two of the country’s finest businesspeople.
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