Bank of England Governor Mark Carney: ‘Brexit vote may spark recession’

Source: BBC

The Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has stated that a Recession may hit the UK if it were to exit form the European referendum.

The Bank of England has given its starkest warning yet that a UK vote to leave the EU could hit the economy.

In an interview with the BBC, he states the risks of leaving “could possibly include a technical recession”.

Prime Minister David Cameron said the warning amounted to “a very clear message” of the dangers of Brexit.

Vote Leave campaigners have strongly criticised Mr Carney, with one calling for him to resign.

However, a spokesman for Mr Carney rejected the call, saying the Bank had “a duty” to make its judgements known.

What are YOUR views of Mark Carney’s opinion?

Will the UK potentially fall into a recession if it we’re to exit from the EU? Is it important to consider this, knowing Mr Carney is a leading governor for a top UK Bank?

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