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If you owned 16.1pc of the European Investment Bank (EIB) would you give it away free to the other wealthy members as you leave the EU? 

That’s what Philip Hammond, the former chancellor and his team of civil servants have done.

Hidden in Theresa May’s discredited Withdrawal Treaty, ex-Chancellor Philip Hammond (then also on the Board of Governors of the EIB) gifted it €7.5bn of taxpayer's money for no concessions.  He then accepted a 12-year repayment of €3.5bn with no interest, from a bank making €5bn profits in just the last two years.

The ultra-Remain ex-chancellor was prepared to leave the UK credit card open over a decade to ensure the EIB can continue to lend on non-commercial terms to...

If you owned 16.1pc of the European Investment Bank (EIB) would you give it away free to the other wealthy members as you leave the EU? 

That’s what Philip Hammond, the former chancellor and his team of civil servants have done.

Hidden in Theresa May’s discredited Withdrawal Treaty, ex-Chancellor Philip Hammond (then also on the Board of Governors of the EIB) gifted it €7.5bn of taxpayer's money for no concessions.  He then accepted a 12-year repayment of €3.5bn with no interest, from a bank making €5bn profits in just the last two years.

The ultra-Remain ex-chancellor was prepared to leave the UK credit card open over a decade to ensure the EIB can continue to lend on non-commercial terms to...

If you owned 16.1pc of the European Investment Bank (EIB) would you give it away free to the other wealthy members as you leave the EU? 

That’s what Philip Hammond, the former chancellor and his team of civil servants have done.

Hidden in Theresa May’s discredited Withdrawal Treaty, ex-Chancellor Philip Hammond (then also on the Board of Governors of the EIB) gifted it €7.5bn of taxpayer's money for no concessions.  He then accepted a 12-year repayment of €3.5bn with no interest, from a bank making €5bn profits in just the last two years.

The ultra-Remain ex-chancellor was prepared to leave the UK credit card open over a decade to ensure the EIB can continue to lend on non-commercial terms to...

If you owned 16.1pc of the European Investment Bank (EIB) would you give it away free to the other wealthy members as you leave the EU? 

That’s what Philip Hammond, the former chancellor and his team of civil servants have done.

Hidden in Theresa May’s discredited Withdrawal Treaty, ex-Chancellor Philip Hammond (then also on the Board of Governors of the EIB) gifted it €7.5bn of taxpayer's money for no concessions.  He then accepted a 12-year repayment of €3.5bn with no interest, from a bank making €5bn profits in just the last two years.

The ultra-Remain ex-chancellor was prepared to leave the UK credit card open over a decade to ensure the EIB can continue to lend on non-commercial terms to...