Will Brexit Deal Favour Europe More than Britain?

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November 17 -- Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond has little scope to deliver Theresa May’s message that “a change has got to come” as the wait for the start of Brexit negotiations forces the British government into a state of limbo. Treasury officials say risks to the economy from accelerating inflation and the potential volatility of the coming Brexit talks, as well a continuing fiscal deficit, mean Hammond won’t be able to introduce any major tax and spending changes at least until the formal process for leaving the European Union is triggered by the end of March next year. Fathom Financial Consulting Director Erik Britton discusses with Anna Edwards and Yousef Gamal El-Din on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe."