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Philip Hammond blames Tony Blair for Brexit vote
Philip Hammond has hit out at Tony Blair at the World Economic Forum in Davos. Photograph: Ruben Sprich/Reuters. Larry Elliott in Davos.
Philip Hammond says all EU immigrants in Britain will probably be able to stay  
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As Donald Trump prepares to move into the White House, dollar bulls seem to be rubbing their hands - albeit cautiously. Mr Trump's US election victory in November sent scores of investors back to their drawing boards of economic forecasting as they ...
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Britain's retailers suffered a surprise end-of-year slump in sales in a sign that rising prices since the Brexit vote are starting to hit people's spending power.
The number of people moving home has fallen for the first time in five years, figures from Lloyds Bank show. There were an estimated 354,000 home movers in 2016 - down 4 per cent from 2015 when homemover numbers totalled 367,300.
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