The Governor of the Bank of England has told ITV News the economic recovery remains too fragile to raise rates yet.
Mark Carney's comments come as the Bank today abandoned its flagship forward guidance policy linking interest rates to unemployment after just six months - but insisted they must remain low for longer to support the economy:
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The deputy sheriff stood outside Marjory Douglas Stoneman school, watching the western entrance of the school for more than four minutes.
The day will feel cold, especially along the east coast where there is also a small chance of catching the odd wintry shower.