The Bank of England is treading a delicate path when presenting the Bank’s latest forecasts to avoid criticisms of bias.  The UK’s economy has lost much of its momentum so far in 2016 and, according to reports, many economists link the slowdown to uncertainty over the outcome of the referendum. Anti-EU campaigners have already accused the Bank of showing bias by highlighting the risks of Brexit to Britain's financial system, but the Bank is expected to acknowledge the potential for a shock if Britain leaves and will find it difficult to avoid presenting some of the short-term impacts of leaving the EU.