Listen: Brexit, UK And Phillip Hamman discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe
"Would look self-indulgent public by Komen. The UK expects us to be focused on delivering Brexit getting Johnson. How many questions did you have to field from G twenty central bankers and finance ministers on Greg's today? Believe that actually an extension means that Brexit gets watered down. So I think most people think I agree with that the process we've gone through the last few months has made the likelihood, although no deal Brexit, much smaller. And I think we've seen the markets have been pricing on the assumption that a no deal Brexit has become a very smooth risks. Now, I suppose because I've always believed that we need to leave the European Union with the deal with a plan that allows us to protect me. Protect British jobs. So I think. The way things have evolved as positive force. But of course, we've now got to get the line because the downside of the extension is that we've created a long period of potential uncertainty on it's clear that the only way we can get our economy powering Ford again is. Behind does get on quite confident will unleash a wall of money of investment into the UK. All right. That was a chancellor of the exchequer Phillip Hamman talking with"