UK recession: Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey denies he was ‘asleep at the wheel’

Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey today denied claims he had failed in his job and had been ‘asleep at the wheel’ as Britain careers towards a year-plus recession and faced a ferocious backlash after admitting inflation will pass 13 per cent.

Critics said Bank officials including its £575,000-a-year boss should ‘rue the day’ they decided not to raise interest rates last year and last night Attorney General Suella Braverman said interest rates ‘should have been raised a long time ago and…

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