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BoE governor sees 'signs that we’re beginning to turn corner’

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BoE governor sees 'signs that we’re beginning to turn corner’

BoE governor sees 'signs that we’re beginning to turn corner’

Governor of the Bank of England, Andrew Bailey, says he "sees the signs that we're beginning to turn the corner", when asked whether he thinks he has done enough to "tame inflation".

His comments come after the Bank has once again pushed up interest rates, in what is the tenth hike in a row.

Report by Patelr.

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