Today's Budget does nothing to address the Brexit squeeze. This is caused by a falling pound and rising inflation, meaning people have less money to spend. With the pound dropping in value by 17%, the cost of imports have gone up, which is starting to push up prices in the shops.
David Lee, East Surrey Parliamentary Candidate says: "Meanwhile, people see an underfunded health and social care system and cuts to public services - and that before Brexit really starts to bite."
While living standards are being hit by the Brexit squeeze, public services are being cut as the Chancellor builds up a £60bn Brexit war chest to pay for the devastating cost of a hard Brexit.
You can’t have a Hard Brexit and strong public services.