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Monday 11th June 2012 | 17:37
The Bank of England will launch two new stimulus packages in response to the worsening economic outlook. The measures were announced by governor Sir Mervyn King and Chancellor George Osborne in their Mansion House addresses last night. http://bit.ly/M4dwvX
Business secretary Vince Cable attends day four of the Times Cheltenham Science Festival.
Work and pensions secretary Iain Duncan Smith addresses the Pre-School Learning Alliance annual conference in Birmingham.
Climate change minister Greg Barker makes a visit to Brighton to promote the Green Deal.
Planning minister Greg Clark makes an announcement regarding land use.
The Dalai Lama speaks to the Yorkshire International Business Convention in Leeds on the subject of ethics in business. Other speakers at the event include Mary Portas, Michael Portillo, Kevin Keegan, Rory Bremner and Clare Balding.
Angela Knight, chief executive of the British Bankers' Association, gives the keynote speech at the Women in Banking and Finance Annual Awards lunch.
The TUC, Foreign Policy Centre and European Commission hold an event looking at UK perspectives on EU employment and social law, during which shadow Europe minister Emma Reynolds and chair of the Liberal Democrat parliamentary party Lorely Burt speak.