Britain's recovery has become entrenched and the Bank of England should start to raise interest rates in the coming months to reflect the stronger economy, according to one of its most dovish policymakers.
David Miles, one of the nine members of the Bank's Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) that sets interest rates, described the recovery as "resilient", ""firm" and "sustainable", and said it was increasingly...
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