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22 February 2018 | by William Keegan

Crises and criminals: the Bank of England's fascinating history

 

The Bank of England is the oldest central bank in the world, and plays a pivotal role in the governance of this country, with the appointment of the governor one of the most important decisions a prime minister or chancellor has to make.





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