Have your say on the next governor of the BoE


Speculation over who the next governor of the Bank of England will be has been gradually mounting. With Mervyn King due to leave his position at the bank in June 2013, the list of possible candidates to fill the role is both long and diverse.

The governor of the Bank of Canada, Mark Carney, recently hit the headlines after he was apparently "informally" approached about applying for the role, a claim he quickly denied. Within the ranks of the central bank, deputy governor Paul Tucker is

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