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Andrew Bailey said the outlook was among the worst he had ever seen.
Inflation has dropped, but it's still far from where the Bank of England want it to be.
Apparently, it “wasn’t possible” and the prime minister “did it”. Many disagree.
The prime minister has made growing the economy one of his five promises to voters.
Why was this announcement met with so much nervous anticipation?
The Bank of England increased interest rates to 5.25%, up from 5%.
As the Bank of England is again poised to hike interest rates to get inflation under control, extreme measures are being proposed.
Prime minister says he feels a "deep moral responsibility” to get inflation under control as price growth stays stubbornly high.
The UK faces unique challenges, such as Brexit, while critics think the Bank of England was too slow to act with interest rate hikes.