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Watch: UK inflation worries pile pressure on the Bank of England

With UK inflation coming in dramatically higher than expected yet again, concerns over the looming threat of recession are building. All eyes will be on the Bank of England's rate decision at tomorrow's meeting – so what could be next for the central bank? ING's James Smith has a few answers

Where next for UK rates?

Questions over the UK's persistent inflation problem and unfavourable comparisons with both the US and the eurozone are gaining momentum. As Bank of England officials find themselves in an increasingly difficult position, here's our view what could be next for UK interest rates