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Britain’s Hammond vows new economic plan

Britain needs a new fiscal plan to navigate the turbulence caused by the nation’s vote to leave the EU, says Finance Minister Philip Hammond. ||| Birmingham, England - Britain needs a new fiscal plan to navigate economic turbulence caused by Britain's vote to leave the European Union, Finance Minister Philip Hammond said on Monday, stressing the need to balance spending cuts with infrastructure investment.
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