Carney locks horns with MPs on EU stance

Bank of England governor Mark Carney
Carney grilled by Treasury Select Committee members

Mark Carney experienced a turbulent hearing with UK politicians today (March 8), as he refused to pick a side in the debate over membership of the European Union.

The Bank of England (BoE) governor was grilled by members of the Treasury Select Committee on whether the bank was taking a stance on the issue. At one point, some MPs called into question its independence and his reputation.

"Our comments, our analysis does not provide a comprehensive assessment of the economic case for or against the

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