1. Philip Hammond said the Government would put up an extra £2.8bn for the health service.
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4. Philip Hammond could be forced to abandon the pledges he made in last week's Budget, including the bringing forward of income tax cuts for 32 million workers, if the United Kingdom leaves the European.
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8. Philip Hammond was openly critical of the then Prime Minister David Cameron's approach to the Marriage Act 2013 and said in November 2013 that he was "shocked" at the speed with which it was pushed through and that it was "damaging" to the Conservative Party.
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11. In November 2017, Philip Hammond said in an interview on The Andrew Marr Show, whilst talking about possible unemployment that comes with driver-less vehicles, AI and robots, that the development of personal computers meant that there was no longer any need for shorthand typists.
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13. In June 2017 speech, Philip Hammond said that a Brexit deal that puts jobs and prosperity first is the only way the UK will be able to deliver the strong growth that will enable it finally to escape from the long years of austerity, the chancellor has said.
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14. In his first budget in March 2017, Philip Hammond increased National Insurance contributions that self-employed people have to pay, despite the Conservatives making a manifesto pledge at the 2015 election not to increase NI.
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15. In January 2017, Philip Hammond announced that the UK would leave the Single Market as it was not politically possible to continue to comply with all the EU's rules regarding freedom of movement in the wake of the Brexit vote, saying that they would look to pursue a "comprehensive free trade agreement" instead.
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16. Philip Hammond called for caution during a Cabinet committee meeting which discussed a proposed post-Brexit visa regime that would require all European Union workers to prove they have secured a skilled job before being allowed into Britain, which lead to accusations that he was trying to "undermine Brexit".
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17. In October 2016, Philip Hammond was criticised by some Cabinet colleagues for "arguing like an accountant seeing the risk of everything" rather than pressing ahead with plans for Brexit.
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19. Philip Hammond was appointed Chancellor of the Exchequer by new Prime Minister Theresa May on 13 July 2016.
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23. Philip Hammond was present in Vienna as the UK representative for the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action disclosure ceremony.
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28. In February 2012, Philip Hammond said that the Falkland Islands did not face a "current credible military threat" from Argentina.
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29. Philip Hammond became Secretary of State for Defence on 14 October 2011 when Liam Fox resigned.
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