Sterling rose on Thursday before losing some gains after British finance minister Philip Hammond said that Brexit talks with Brussels had been constructive and that lawmakers could vote on a revised deal as early as next week. As David Pollard reports, a more upbeat mood over the UK outlook was...
Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond says neither no deal or no Brexit are acceptable outcomes from the negotiations. Adding that if there is a sensible deal made with the EU companies will start..
Chancellor Philip Hammond says that the best way to avoid a no-deal Brexit is to get a majority in parliament to agree to a deal. Report by Andersons. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn..
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Chancellor Philip Hammond has piled fresh pressure on Theresa May by declining to rule out quitting if the UK goes through with a no-deal Brexit. Mr Hammond said "a lot depends on the circumstances"..
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