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Prime minister says he feels a "deep moral responsibility‚ÄĚ 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.
Chancellor to press Britain’s major banks on what "flexibilities" they can offer hard-pressed families.
A former member of the Bank of England's rate-setting committee hits out at "terrible incompetence" and says "screeching U-turns are coming".
The central bank's chief economist Huw Pill says people and businesses need to stop playing ‚Äúpass-the-parcel‚ÄĚ to get inflation under control.
But, the Bank has just raised interest rates again, following a surprise increase in inflation last month.
The Bank has just raised interest rates again by 0.5%, to a total of 4% ‚Äď but the recession will be milder than expected.
The problems have been "amplified" by Brexit, the former Bank of England governor said.
Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey has offered hope for the cost of living crisis despite hiking interest rates again.
Mortgage-owners and savers are set to be affected.