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Economists see BOE extending record-low rates

Cameron may be first PM since 1950 to serve term with no change in rates

Mr Cameron during a visit to a primary school in the run-up to the general election. Opinion polls show the Conservatives and the opposition Labour Party running neck-and-neck.


DAVID Cameron is heading for a new post-war record.

With four weeks to the general election, Bank of England (BOE) officials are set to keep the benchmark interest rate at a record low for the 73rd month. It puts the Conservative leader on course to become the first British...

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