Brexiteer warns Hammond not to waste taxpayers' money on 'greedy' EU chiefs' Brexit bill

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TORY MP Nigel Evans warned Chancellor Philip Hammond not to “play Santa Claus” and waste UK taxpayer money on EU chiefs Jean-Claude Juncker and Donald Tusk. ▶ Full story on express.co.uk
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