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A little bit of breathing space for Hammond

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The economy has done better than feared since the EU referendum, with steady, consumer-led growth in the second half of 2016 and the budget deficit remaining on a downward trajectory, possibly undershooting the Office for Budget Responsibility’s latest forecast. This has helped Philip Hammond settle into the job of chancellor, and provided him with a breathing space.

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