Email Error Reveals Bank's EU Project

The Bank of England is researching the financial risks of leaving the European Union after accidentally sending details of its work to a national newspaper.
A senior official sent an email about its confidential project on the issue to an editor at the Guardian newspaper.
A spokesman for the bank described the error as "unfortunate".
Prime Minister David Cameron has promised an in/out referendum on the UK's EU membership by the end of 2017.
The Guardian reports that the email indicates a small group of senior staff will look at the economic effects of the UK leaving the EU under the authority of Sir Jon Cunliffe, who is the deputy director for financial stability.



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