Do you think Philip Hammond, who has repeatedly warned against a “cliff-edge” Brexit and said that the UK must have as “frictionless” free trade deal with the EU as possible, or Boris Johnson, who has previously said Brussels can “go whistle” over its demands for a huge divorce bill and warned against continued payments for access to the Single Market, has ‘won the argument’ over the Government’s Brexit policy?

Field work dates: 23 September 2017 - 23 September 2017
Data from: United Kingdom
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: Do you think Philip Hammond, who has repeatedly warned against a “cliff-edge” Brexit and said that the UK must have as “frictionless” free trade deal with the EU as possible, or Boris Johnson, who has previously said Brussels can “go whistle” over its demands for a huge divorce bill and warned against continued payments for access to the Single Market, has ‘won the argument’ over the Government’s Brexit policy?
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23 September 2017
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Philip Hammond31%
Boris Johnson31%
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    The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Phil Hammond has repeatedly warned against a “cliff-edge” Brexit and said that the UK must have as “frictionless” free trade deal with the EU as possible. The Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has previously said Brussels can “go whistle” over its demands for a huge divorce bill and warned against continued payments for access to the Single Market. From what you may have seen or heard about recent developments regarding the UK’s Brexit negotiations, which of the 2 cabinet ministers would you say had “won the argument” over the government’s Brexit policy?

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