UK parliamentarians to examine exchanges between Carney and Osborne

Bank of England governor Mark Carney
Carney under fire from MPs regarding exchanges between him and Osborne

Mark Carney has agreed to allow members of the UK parliament's Treasury Select Committee to examine notes from exchanges between himself and George Osborne, the UK chancellor of the exchequer, in the run-up to the UK's vote to leave the European Union.

At a committee hearing today (July 12), Conservative MP Andrew Tyrie, the chair of the committee, questioned whether notes from exchanges between Carney and Osborne could be examined in the interest of transparency and to "allay public concern".


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