FEATURE - Sushil Wadhwani's tenure as a member of the Bank of England's interest rate setting committee comes to an end on Friday. The Financial Times, in its Observer column on Thursday, couldn't help making one last joke about Wadhwani's dovish tendencies.

Another departure from the Bank this week. Sushil Wadhwani leaves the monetary policy committee for a gruelling summer of reading, cricket and pondering his next move. But while he may have used his tenure to battle doughtily for lower

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