Commentary: Don't Shackle John BullStanley Reed
It is now more than two years since British Prime Minister Tony Blair gave the Bank of England authority to set interest rates. That was Blair's way of avoiding the errors that had contributed to high inflation and economic volatility from the 1970s to the early '90s.
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