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Bank of England officials 'vote unanimously' to keep interest rate at 0.5%
The nine members of the Monetary Policy Committee voted unanimously to keep rates at the national rate of 0.5%, as expected. (Picture: AP).
BOE Vote 9-0 as Some MPC See Falling Risk From Rate Increase  
Bank of England still wary over raising rates  
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UN Human-Rights Commissioner Navanethem Pillay also condemns the indiscriminate firing of rockets by Hamas into Israel. 10:38am UK, Wednesday 23 July 2014.
The number of mortgage approvals to buy a house. Mortgage approvals for new homes was up by 3.3pc in June on the previous, after a four-month spell of recorded falls, as the temporary impact of stricter lending rules started to abate.
The chairman of an influential panel of lawmakers has slammed the Royal Bank of Scotland for being "wilfully obtuse" and delivering a "belated U-turn" when it came to giving evidence over whether it made money by putting failing businesses in a specific unit ...
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's top share index steadied on Wednesday, as tensions between the West and Russia and the conflict in Gaza made investors cautious, although Capita and BHP Billiton saw strong gains.
Capita reported a 16 per cent surge in interim pre-tax profits to �238m bolstered by a deal to run partly privatised military bases throughout Britain.

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