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Bank of England Governor Mark Carney states that policymakers and lawmakers in the United Kingdom should take measures to avoid the sense of “isolation and detachment” globalisation brings about to people left behind by changing multicultures in the country.
According to Carney during a Liverpool John Moores University lecture, the UK was suffering its “first lost decade” since the 1860s with British voters feeling they have lost control of their futures after the Brexit vote. He said that politicians must do more to “share the gains of global trade and the rise of technology” to the normal Briton. Carney claims that technology and security is only afforded by the superstar and the lucky.
He said the “frustrated and frightened” is under threat of the “rising spectre of global terrorism to intensifying geopolitical tensions and financial crises” leaving an impression that “the world seems to be getting riskier. Without mentioning specific names, he said that UK economists should make honest appraisals of the country when it comes to the real impact of changes globalisation can bring.
He said the challenge is “every technological revolution mercilessly destroys jobs and livelihoods.” He said identities are destroyed before “new jobs emerge.”