The chancellor has described as “bizarre” and “absurd” accusations he’s speaking down the financial system.
Philip Hammond have been criticised for announcing that the Brexit procedure has created uncertainty.
But in an interview, Mr Hammond stated he was once a realist and that he sought after to “protect and prepare” the financial system for the demanding situations forward.
Mr Hammond was once talking in Washington, the place he’s attending an International Monetary Fund assembly.
The chancellor stated: “It is absurd to faux that the method we’re engaged in hasn’t created some uncertainty. But the underlying financial system stays powerful.
“I’m dedicated to handing over a Brexit deal that works for Britain,” he added.
He refused to respond to how he would vote if any other referendum was once held now. “We’ve had the referendum,” he said. “You know the way I voted in it.”