Chancellor looks to the future as GDP growth forecasts weaken
Philip Hammond kept his eyes focused on Britain's long-term economic future as he was forced to revise down the short-term expectations for the UK's economy.
Brexit was the elephant in the room as he announced measures that he hopes will provide the foundations for future prosperity.
The Chancellor said he was investing to "build an economy fit for the future" as he announced funding for scale-up businesses, research and development, and driverless cars.
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