BA Economics for a government job Watch
If you don't like maths, you probably won't enjoy an economics degree, and may not do well. You will definitely not enjoy being an economist and will be heavily limited by the fact that most PhDs and many masters courses in economics are even more mathematical (in the PhD realm, depending on your topic of course, this can be mathematics degree level abstract maths work) than the undergraduate.
There are innumerable non-economic civil service roles that accept any degree background that would probably be much more aligned to your interests and strengths. If you want to pursue economics, you need to become very good at maths and you should realistically enjoy using mathematics fluently to express, evaluate, and solve problems (economic or otherwise). You should spend some time thinking about what your strengths are and carefully considering what route to choose that allows you to use them to the fullest.