Brown rebuked for slow appointment of BofE's Large

UK - Gordon Brown's failure to appoint a new deputy governor to the Bank of England before the old one left earned a rebuke Monday from a parliament inquiry.

The Labour-dominated Commons Treasury committee voiced its concern about the way the Bank had been left without a deputy governor, "albeit for only a few days" because the chancellor did not name Sir Andrew Large until after David Clementi had departed, the FT reported.

In the sternest criticism of the Treasury since it recommended that the

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