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A Budget has to be based on some assumptions about the economy and its trading arrangements. The Budget today will apparently be based on the assumption that the UK does a typical free trade agreement with the EU — perhaps more “Canada” than “Canada Plus”. That seems sensible enough for now.

But what if there is no deal — as currently appears odd-on? We would clearly need a different Budget under those circumstances, if only for the straightforward reason that the UK would then need to set its tariffs for the coming year (since there would be no transition deal with the EU, so the EU would no longer be setting our tariffs).

Chancellor Philip Hammond told the Marr show on Sunday, “If we don’t...

A Budget has to be based on some assumptions about the economy and its trading arrangements. The Budget today will apparently be based on the assumption that the UK does a typical free trade agreement with the EU — perhaps more “Canada” than “Canada Plus”. That seems sensible enough for now.

But what if there is no deal — as currently appears odd-on? We would clearly need a different Budget under those circumstances, if only for the straightforward reason that the UK would then need to set its tariffs for the coming year (since there would be no transition deal with the EU, so the EU would no longer be setting our tariffs).

Chancellor Philip Hammond told the Marr show on Sunday, “If we don’t...

A Budget has to be based on some assumptions about the economy and its trading arrangements. The Budget today will apparently be based on the assumption that the UK does a typical free trade agreement with the EU — perhaps more “Canada” than “Canada Plus”. That seems sensible enough for now.

But what if there is no deal — as currently appears odd-on? We would clearly need a different Budget under those circumstances, if only for the straightforward reason that the UK would then need to set its tariffs for the coming year (since there would be no transition deal with the EU, so the EU would no longer be setting our tariffs).

Chancellor Philip Hammond told the Marr show on Sunday, “If we don’t...

A Budget has to be based on some assumptions about the economy and its trading arrangements. The Budget today will apparently be based on the assumption that the UK does a typical free trade agreement with the EU — perhaps more “Canada” than “Canada Plus”. That seems sensible enough for now.

But what if there is no deal — as currently appears odd-on? We would clearly need a different Budget under those circumstances, if only for the straightforward reason that the UK would then need to set its tariffs for the coming year (since there would be no transition deal with the EU, so the EU would no longer be setting our tariffs).

Chancellor Philip Hammond told the Marr show on Sunday, “If we don’t...