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Britain is preparing for life after brexit soft or hard finance minister Philip Hammond addressed more made his Wednesday his message I could do more for the economy if I didn't have to save money in case of a no deal brexit so I can confirm today that assuming a brexit deal is agreed over the next few weeks and the uncertainty that is hanging over our economy is lifted I intend to launch a full three S. spending review before the summer recess to be concluded along side an old some project the financial inducement hazardous waste storage brexit supporters in parliament only the previous evening they again voted down prime minister to resume a he's proposed deal on Wednesday the government set out to ten pre measures it plans to offset any hauled brexit not least a pledge to eliminate most tariffs on goods from outside the E. U. which is U. K. economics correspondent bill Schaumburg of course there is a risk that some manufacturers would find it hard to compete for jobs could be lost so that being careful about which sex is they are going to expose the full force of %HESITATION competition from around the world without the protection terrifies and the second thing they did was to say that they would introduce any customs checks on the border between Northern Ireland's islands %HESITATION off to know do brexit Britain's might want to stock up now will be flam pork chicken and dairy goods those will be subject to protective tariffs and could get more expensive some protection for the car industry too meanwhile consumers already making their own plans supermarket Morrison says there is evidence people stockpiling pain killers and toilet rolls it seems bricks it even reaches the bathroom