Comment: Britain fought hard over the Brexit bill. So why is Philip Hammond rushing to pay it?
Philip Hammond: Brexit has left Britain’s economy under ‘cloud of uncertainty’
Philip Hammond braces Britain for tax rises in next month’s Budget PHILIP Hammond braced Britain for tax rises in his Budget next month by declaring he has “the courage to do what’s necessary”. The Chancellor refused to rule out levy hikes to tackle a wave of voter anger in his annual financial blueprint. The strong hint came as he addressed the Tories’ annual conference in Manchester. […]
Philip Hammond ‘must be sacked for not supporting Brexit’ Rightwing Conservatives call for chancellor to go after he said money would be spent preparing for no deal at last moment Theresa May is facing calls from rightwing Conservatives to sack the chancellor, Philip Hammond, for failing to be sufficiently supportive of Brexit. Nigel Lawson, a former chancellor, is the most senior Conservative to call for Hammond to go, saying: “What he [Hammond] is doing is very close to sabotage.” On Wednesday, Hammond infuriated Conservative MPs pushing for a hard Brexit when he said
Philip Hammond and Boris Johnson in all-out Brexit war In an unprecedented clash between the great offices of state, the Foreign Secretary’s supporters claimed that Theresa May’s Florence speech had thwarted the Chancellor’s bid to lock Britain into a five-year transition period after Brexit.
No cash in Budget for 'no-deal' Brexit - Philip Hammond The chancellor says his responsibility at the Budget is to be "realistic" about leaving the EU.
Brexit has brought UK economy under 'cloud of uncertainty': Philip Hammond The cloud of uncertainty is a temporary damper and we need to remove it: Hammond
Theresa May is heading towards a soft Brexit supported by Philip Hammond
Philip Hammond tells EU it 'takes two to tango' as Brexit talks restart
Philip Hammond warns that Jeremy Corbyn’s 70s-style socialism would leave Britain like Cuba or Zimbabwe PHILIP HAMMOND today warned that Britain’s economy will be sent back to the impoverished 1970s if hard-left Jeremy Corbyn ends up taking power. The Chancellor told Conservative conference the country needs a “history lesson” to remind ourselves of the carnage caused by an out-of-control state. And he suggested the UK could end up like Cuba, […]
Philip Hammond says 'no deal' Brexit could lead to suspended UK-EU air travel - Politics live Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including Philip Hammond’s evidence to the Treasury committee and Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn at PMQs 10.58am BST Hammond corrects what he says about 29 March 2019 being the first day of the transition. He meant 30 March 2019, he says. Perhaps someone pointed out this tweet from the Sun’s Tom Newton Dunn in response to what he said earlier. (See
Philip Hammond rejects calls to start spending on preparing for 'no deal' Brexit - Politics live
Autumn Budget: Driverless cars to be tested on roads as early as next year as Philip Hammond vows 'high-tech Britain
Brexit: Britain likely to seek distinct trade deal with EU, says Hammond Finance minister says it’s not helpful to think of off-the-shelf models like Canada-EU deal
Britain needs to offer certainty to firms, clarify Brexit plan - Hammond MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - The sooner the British government can clarify how the country plans to leave the European Union, the quicker the economy will start growing again, Chancellor Philip Hammond said on Monday. At the Conservative Party's annual conference in Manchester, northern England, Hammond told BBC radio that uncertainty was hurting business confidence but the government had decided on an around two-year transition period to help ease Brexit. "There are short-term challenges and the uncertainty created by the Brexit ne
Philip Hammond warns Boris Johnson he isn't 'unsackable' as Brexit tensions rise at Tory conference In an interview with Andrew Marr, Theresa May failed to deny that Boris Johnson has become “unsackable” after he made another unofficial policy proposal.
May speaks to Varadkar as No 10 slaps down Hammond's Brexit bill claim - Politics live Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn at PMQs, David Davis being questioned by the Brexit committee and Philip Hammond being questioned by the Treasury committee PMQs - Snap summary 6.13pm GMT Wednesday's Times: "MoD bans Hammond from using its planes" (via #bbcpapers pic.twitter/QLxzI3SYSn The chancellor has been banned from using a fleet of RAF jets and helicopters until the Treasury settles a bill with the Ministry of Defence, The Times has learnt, amid a growin
[Anthony Barton] UK C’llr Hammond puts UK PM May under pressure to pay more for #Brexit divorce bill - Telegraph
@AFP: RT @EUDataNewsHub: ?? Cheque please: how the Brexit bill works out #AFP #Brexit #Britain
Barnier 'happy' to see hard Brexit to punish Britain A senior source said former French minister Michel Barnier, who is handling the talks with Brexit Secretary David Davis, believes Britain must be seen to ‘pay a big price’ for quitting.
High Court Pushes Britain Closer to a Hard Brexit The Europeans are determined the U.K. will not be in a better position after Brexit than EU member states.
Brexit: Ireland warns Britain over hard border with North After decades of strife and violence, the border between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, part of the UK, was finally nixed in 1998. The process of Brexit may put that in jeopardy.
Britain should choose hard Brexit if no financial services deal - Farage
Britain's £40m Brexit bill a 'bargain
Britain must avoid 'fatal' hard Brexit, European business leaders warn Theresa May has met European business leaders, who warned that a 'no deal Brexit' would be catastrophic. Fifteen business groups were in London to seek reassurance over the future of UK-EU trade.
Why are some British politicians pushing for Brexit? What do they stand to gain from Britain's exit from the EU?
Is there a good breakdown by ethnicity (white British, etc.) of how people voted in the Brexit referendum, both in Britain as a whole and in London?
Difference between Great Britain, European Union, United Kingdom, Schengen Area and effects after Brexit [duplicate]
I have already read about the different countries on the European continent and different terminologies involved.
What would be the effects in these countries on visas after Brexit?
Can we have ...
Are the Conservatives preventing Britain from get the best possible Brexit deal from the EU; are they prepared to accept the consequences, if their actions harm the country? Why doesn't Labour distance itself from this historic error?
Could the EU “take Britain to the Hague” over the “£50 Billion EU divorce bill” [closed]
I've seen several papers (express, telegraph) claiming that Britain will have to pay a £50 Billion 'fee' for leaving the EU. A further paper (Independent) has written (emphasis by me):
“In that ...
In what order should hard mode bosses be fought?
Now that I'm in hard mode, I'm wondering which boss to try and tackle first. In pre-hard mode, I fought the bosses in this order:
Eye of Cthulhu
Eater of Worlds / Brain of Cthulhu
Wall of ...