Philip Hammond hangs around like a bad smell only to sabotage another PM and kill Brexit

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Rotten Ham LIKE a particularly unpleasant smell, it appears Philip Hammond is intent on hanging around. Yes, the human sleeping pill is back, continuing the work that so endeared him to the country during the three years he spent in the Treasury: undermining our negotiations in Brussels, attaching ludicrous conditions to the 2016 Referendum and […]
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