BoE’s MPC says UK outlook is ‘unusually uncertain’

Bank of England and Stock Exchange
Rachael King

The Bank of England’s monetary policy committee has warned the UK’s economic outlook remains “unusually uncertain”.

The minutes of the MPC’s December 16 meeting show members are concerned both by the renewed impact of Covid-19 and the UK government’s failure so far to reach a deal in Brexit talks.

 “[The future outlook] depends on the evolution of the pandemic and measures taken to protect public health, as well as the nature of, and transition to, the new trading arrangements between the

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