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Philip Hammond
Chancellor of the Exchequer. MP for Runnymede & Weybridge.
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Philip Hammond Feb 16
Last stop Lisbon. Met my Portuguese counterpart this morning. Portugal is one of our closest allies and we will nurture that strong relationship when we leave the EU. 🇵🇹🇬🇧
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Simon Manley Feb 15
Delighted to welcome to Madrid * the UK is the top destination for Spanish investment * the UK is the 2nd largest investor in Spain, creating 100k+ jobs * in a commercial relationship worth almost €60bn
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Philip Hammond Feb 15
With my Spanish counterpart in Madrid to discuss how we strengthen ties between our two countries 🇪🇸 🇬🇧
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Philip Hammond Feb 14
Incredible surroundings for my talk with my Dutch counterpart about UK relationship after . Was shown around the beautiful by museum director Emilie Gordenker.
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Philip Hammond Feb 13
We will leave the EU in March 2019, but we are not leaving Europe. My piece today for Swedish newspaper on the UK's relationship with Sweden and the rest of the EU.
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Philip Hammond Feb 13
Met with Norwegian business leaders with to talk about their experience of trading with the .
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Philip Hammond Feb 13
Starting the first leg of my four-day European tour. I'll be meeting my counterparts and business leaders in five countries. First stop Oslo to meet Norwegian finance minister . 🇬🇧 🇳🇴
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Philip Hammond Feb 9
Manufacturing is enjoying the longest unbroken run of growth in 30 years. Encouraging statistics from showing we’re building an economy fit for the future.
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Philip Hammond Feb 9
Good luck to all the athletes competing at the Winter Olympics!
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Philip Hammond Feb 6
We’re building an economy fit for the future – embracing new is key to that. Today I’ve been listening to business leaders to explore what more can be done to support innovative start-ups.
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Philip Hammond Feb 6
I’m lucky to have worked alongside many outstanding women MPs, many in top cabinet positions. A century ago, this seemed unthinkable. Today I join Parliament to mark of women gaining the right to vote.
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Philip Hammond Feb 1
From Cumbria to Cornwall, we’re building new houses so that people can realise their dream of home ownership.
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Philip Hammond Feb 1
In the great city of with – where we’re providing £10 million for highway infrastructure to enable the building of thousands of homes. We’re on track to meet our ambitious plan to build 300,000 homes each year – in the areas that need it most.
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HM Treasury Feb 1
Up to 200,000 new 🏠🏠🏠could be built thanks to a £866 million investment in local infrastructure like roads, schools and bridges:
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Philip Hammond Jan 30
A pleasure to welcome the finance minister for Indonesia, Sri Mulyani Indrawati, as we forge even closer ties with this important trading nation.
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Philip Hammond Jan 26
Very glad to see the decision on Bombardier, good news for NI economy, British industry, innovation and engineering in the UK
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Philip Hammond Jan 26
We can be proud of 5 years of sustained growth and record employment. But we are not complacent, so we are investing billions in transport, housing, digital connectivity and skills to build an economy fit for the future.
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HM Treasury Jan 26
Latest estimate shows grew by 0.5% between October and December 2017. 📊👇
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Philip Hammond Jan 25
For anyone concerned - I was clear earlier in same speech at U.K. will cease to be member of EU on 29 March 2019, and after we will be outside Customs Union and the Single Market” 2/2
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Philip Hammond Jan 25
I said in that gov wants to minimise any reduction in access to EU market post Brexit. And it’s a fact our economies are integrated, that’s the baseline from which we leave the single market and customs union – which clearly represents change.1/2
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