Bank of England governor Mark Carney has said the central bank has put in place "extensive contingency plans" to support the UK economy following its decision to leave the European Union.
In a speech this morning, Carney (pictured) said the bank has taken "all the necessary steps to prepare for today's events". "In the future we will not hesitate to take any additional measures required...
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