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Reorganising UK’s regulatory bodies ‘could undermine City of London’

By Justin Pugsley
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The UK regulatory furniture could face its biggest reorganisation in over a decade if Liz Truss replaces Boris Johnson as prime minister, potentially ushering in a period of deep uncertainty for the Bank of England.

A substantial reorganisation of the UK’s regulatory bodies would coincide with an already hefty workload. ...

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