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UK's Hammond: Confident that Parliament will reject no-deal Brexit

FXstreet.com Thursday, 7 March 2019 ()
Adding to his earlier comments, UK finance minister Philip Hammond was further noted saying that the government energies remain focused on the Brexit deal on Tuesday.

Hammond called on pro-Brexit MPs to consider the deal carefully and was confident that the Parliament will reject no-deal Brexit.
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News video: UK will likely have to delay Brexit if lawmakers reject May's deal - Hammond

▶ UK will likely have to delay Brexit if lawmakers reject May's deal - Hammond 01:55

Britain&apos;s finance minister Philip Hammond said on Thursday that Brexit would likely be delayed if lawmakers reject May&apos;s proposed deal in a vote on March 12. Pascale Davies reports.

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