IMF to enter Brexit row amid controversy over Bank of England's intervention

IMF to enter Brexit row amid controversy over Bank of England's intervention
 

IMF managing director Christine Lagarde was expected to deliver a sharp, downbeat, warning regarding the economic impact of Britain turning its back on Brussels as she was meeting Chancellor George Osborne at the Treasury.
And in a double-whammy attack against the Leave side, Tory former prime minister Sir John Major was accusing the Brexit c ampaign of "fuelling prejudice" with dangerous falsehoods on immigration.
In a strongly worded apparent swipe at senior Conservatives in the anti-EU camp, like Boris Johnson and Michael Gove, Sir John insisted "a boundary had been... read more

 
13 May 2016 in Regional West, Views: 38
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