Mark Carney is up in front of the Treasury Select Committee. Brexit and the economy are in focus. The appearance by the governor of the Bank of England follows that of Theresa May in Parliament, her first since the summer recess, where she effectively ducked most questions on Brexit
Carney tells MPs he is “absolutely serene” about his comments warning of a post-Brexit downturn
Bank of England governor says he was “comfortable” with the rate cut decision taken in August
May tells House government will not disclose negotiating position on Brexit
PM Repeats assertion that she can trigger Article 50 Brexit divorce clause without consent of parliament.