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Could Rudd or Greg Clarke replace Hammond?

Do you think Hammond will keep his job as chancellor?
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Could Rudd or Greg Clarke replace Hammond?

Do you think Hammond will keep his job as chancellor?
Are you for real? I'm pretty sure Theresa May would retain Phillip Hammond as Chancellor, he's doing a fine job so far unlike his predecessor. In terms of who will succeed Hammond say once Labour somehow manages to win a GE, I don't know.
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Are you for real? I'm pretty sure Theresa May would retain Phillip Hammond as Chancellor, he's doing a fine job so far unlike his predecessor. In terms of who will succeed Hammond say once Labour somehow manages to win a GE, I don't know.
There has been speculation he could get replaced.If Labour win it will John McDonnel
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There has been speculation he could get replaced.If Labour win it will John McDonnel
Care to tell me where you heard about that from? Labour will obviously retain John McDonnell as the Chancellor in waiting unless he does some dramatic shadow cabinet reshuffle.
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Care to tell me where you heard about that from? Labour will obviously retain John McDonnell as the Chancellor in waiting unless he does some dramatic shadow cabinet reshuffle.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017...nd-chancellor/
https://www.ft.com/content/71f78d0e-...9-9f94ee97d996
Some people on this forum were also speculating. I am not saying it will happen, I was just seeing what people thought and if they think it will happen.
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They're trying to read into the U-turn on National Insurance. They're speculating that May doesn't want to tolerate Hammond's mistakes, but it's unfounded.
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They're trying to read into the U-turn on National Insurance. They're speculating that May doesn't want to tolerate Hammond's mistakes, but it's unfounded.
There have been leaks of shouting matches between his and her staffs recently as well. Though there were always shouting matches between Tony Blair and Gordon Brown, so it may lead to nothing.
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Hammond i suspect is safe, he was her key ally under Cameron and she trusts very few people.

Personally i dislike the approach of constant reshuffle.
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