— Helen Miller (@MsHelicat) November 21, 2017
Which will be in better shape this time tomorrow, Philip Hammond’s Budget or England’s Ashes defence?
— James Forsyth (@JGForsyth) November 22, 2017
Is Hammond or McDonnell best for the country? Over two thirds don't know. With #Budget2017 just about to start, it's fair to say neither the Chancellor nor the Shadow Chancellor are winning the battle for public opinion – even among their own voters. pic.twitter.com/6X94JVnHn9
— Joe Twyman (@JoeTwyman) November 22, 2017
Usually budgets have problems after they’ve been delivered, this one seems to falling apart before it has been delivered. You get the feeling that this will be Philip Hammond’s last budget, only 16 months after becoming Chancellor, those YouGov figures are quite damning for Philip Hammond, no wonder Ladbrokes have a next Chancellor market up.
— TSE (@TSEofPB) November 22, 2017