Activist claims Bailey ‘not fit’ to govern BoE

High-profile activist criticises Bailey and FCA in new report

Andrew Bailey
Andrew Bailey: chosen in December 2019 to succeed Mark Carney as governor of the BoE

Andrew Bailey has been accused of being unfit to lead the Bank of England (BoE) by a high-profile UK activist, who has asked the chancellor to review his appointment.

“Mr Bailey is not a fit and proper person to be the next governor of the Bank of England,” said Gina Miller, founder of the True & Fair Campaign.

Bailey was chosen in December 2019 to succeed Mark Carney as governor.

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) hit back, saying Miller had failed to properly understand its work. Some of

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