All taken in Goodhart

UK - Charles Goodhart, the London School of Economics professor of banking and finance, is to return to the Bank of England at the beginning of next year.

He worked there as a monetary adviser for 17 years before joining the LSE in 1985, and in 1997 was made an external member of the Bank's monetary policy committee.

The insiders were none too pleased when Gordon Brown decided not to re-appoint him last year. This gave him more time to spend with his Devon sheep, but now The Old Lady is getting

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