Sir Mervyn King, the outgoing governor of the Bank of England who has spent more than two decades at Threadneedle Street, is to be made a life peer.
Ahead of King's tenth and final Mansion House speech on Wednesday night, Downing Street confirmed that Prime Minister David Cameron had nominated the banking chief for a life peerage for his significant...
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