The Bank of England Governor has insisted that the rate of inflation is not out of control, despite the Bank's prediction that it will stay above the 2% target for the next two years.
He told ITV News' Economics Editor Richard Edgar that the higher rate of inflation is "not desirable" but that it would be better to tolerate it in "in the short term" than risk damaging the recovery.
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