The UK's central bank made the warning as it announced that interest rates would be kept on hold at 0.5 per cent
'He's trying to make a distinction that the Bank of England does not run on public funds, even though it's a publicly owned corporation,' claims Bernard Jenkin MP
From exchange rates and state pensions, to property purchases and tracker mortgages
Fears for Sterling and stocks were compounded on Tuesday when The Sun, the UK's most read daily newspaper, pledged its support for the Leave campaign
Bank insists the new polymer notes are tougher despite the flaw
Sir John Vickers says Bank of England has chosen 'soft policy' on private bank capital requirements
The Conservative MP gave the Governor the most courteous of thrashings over the Bank of England's intervention in the Brexit debate
The Bank of England Governor is trusted by undecided referendum voters more than senior politicians
Andy Haldane says pay gap between FTSE100 bosses and average workers is "eroding social capital"
The sheer weight of the consensus that leaving the EU is likely to cause lasting damage to the British economy is almost embarrassing
Bank's Governor Mark Carney raises prospect of "technical recession" for UK
According to data from Mercer the gap between FTSE 350 schemes' assets and future liabilities was £92bn at the end of last month
A fifth of the world's gold is hidden under London, worth an estimated £172 billion ($248 billion).
Where does Michael Saunders fit on the Monetary Policy Committee's hawk-dove spectrum? You decide...
Bank says looming referendum is already having a negative effect on the economy
An unexpected upturn in the cost of living won’t change historically low interest rates anytime soon