The Economist asks:
Before 7 May 2021, will the Bank of England set its Bank Rate to below zero?
The Bank of England's benchmark interest rate is known as the "Bank Rate" (Economist, Bank of England). Amid the COVID-19 pandemic and negotiations with the EU regarding an end to the Brexit transition period, the Bank of England has explored setting negative interest rates for the UK (BBC, Guardian, S&P Global, Financial Times).
The question closed "No" with a closing date of 7 May 2021.