THERESA MAY has been branded economically ignorant by Treasury insiders as family with the Chancellor thrust to new depths.
Sources from within Philip Hammond’s group at No.11 have hit out at the PM’s refusal to approve a change to formulation laws to finish the housing crisis.
They explain that however much income is thrown at the problem, only a decrease of the formulation manners will trigger a housebuilding boom.
In today’s mainstay by James Forsyth one source says: “Philip Hammond has explained the mercantile reality to her.
“And she just doesn’t wish to listen.”
Sources close to the PM insist the span are pity sum about the Budget and discharged reports of a relapse in relations.
But others explain family between Philip Hammond and Theresa May are now as bad as Tony Blair and Gordon Brown during the Labour government.
In Whitehall, insiders explain the Treasury is trying to defense the Budget from Number 10 . The Sun last week suggested the PM and Chancellor clashed at a story Budget meeting.
They met in No.10 to devise big measures in the Chancellor’s annual mercantile plans on Nov 22.
Aides claimed to be staggered by Mr Hammond’s pompous opinion to the PM.
The Budget is the last big possibility this year to reboot Theresa May’s premiership. But one MP certified the party simply indispensable to “get through” the Budget but any gaffes.
He told the Sun: “We need a B and rather than an A Star.”