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Bank split on rates as it warns Brexit deal would hit growth

BBC News Thursday, 7 November 2019
Interest rates are held steady, but two Bank of England policymakers vote for an immediate cut.
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Two Bank of England officials unexpectedly voted to lower interest rates on Thursday to ward off an economic slowdown. David Pollard reports.

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