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Britain enters final Brexit talks with listless economy, high debt

But Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, does his best to put a positive spin on UK economy

Protestors in central London during a recent march calling for an end to the 'crisis' in the state-run National Health Service. The projected budget deficit of £45.2 billion or 2% of GDP - will allow the government to ease austerity measures and spend more on the NHS and education.


THE UK is heading into the final stretch of the Brexit negotiations bogged down with the twin problems of a sluggish economy and high debt.

In his spring economic statement earlier this week, Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond did his best to put a positive spin on...

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