Huw Pill, the chief economist at the Bank of England, has hit out at the disjointed approach between the government and state economic institutions.
Pill said that the country would have benefitted from increased cooperation among institutions.
Speaking at the Office of National Statistics (ONS) conference on understanding the cost of living through statistics, Mr Pill said: “In my view, we might have benefited in recent weeks if the interactions amongst other institutions had followed that pattern.”
“That’s a model for how macro policymakers in the UK should respect the institutional framework when they interact with one another,” he said.
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