Bank of England (BoE) governor Mark Carney has warned economists about the dangers of a "disorderly Brexit", arguing negotiations had entered the critical phase.
Speaking at an event in London, Carney said the BoE would be forced to once again provide the UK economy with more stimulus and put monetary policy on a different path if the Brexit transition was not...
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