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THE MAN WHO WON’T BE KING or HOW I TRIED FOR THE GOVERNOR’S JOB AT THE BOE

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Sir Mervyn King retires next year. We wish him all the very best.

Could I have done a good job as the Governor at the Bank of England?

Here is the covering letter that I sent with my application to HM TREASURY on 24th September, 2012

Dear Sirs,

REFERENCE: Position of Governor of the Bank of England

As kindly suggested this application is sent by email and I would respectfully request that copies of the same could be made available to  Her Majesty the Queen, Mr George Osborne, Chancellor and to Mr David Cameron, Prime Minister. Thank you.

The recent years have been especially difficult for the UK and many other areas of the world. Unfortunately, the crisis that became apparent to all by 2008 was not anticipated by many of the financiers and persons in positions of authority. The policy-makers therefore were slow to act and the severe economic…

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