An anti Brexit, pro European Union campaigner waves flags near Parliament in London, Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)
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With a grim Brexit budget, British finance minister Hammond hushes critics for nowA grim Brexit budget that slashed growth forecasts but gave young voters a tax break on buying their first property may have placated critics of British finance minister Philip Hammond, at least for now.Hammond was under intense pressure from within his own Conservative Party to spend money Britain doesn't have on courting voters, though he is boxed in by uncertainty over the impact of Britain's March 2019 exit from the European Union.The biggest-selling Sun newspaper praised efforts to put money back in voters' pockets and said that Hammond had at last delivered a budget for its readers.
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