Nigel Farage was left furious by the Chancellor’s Budget which will see an increase in National Insurance Contributions for the self-employed.
The 52-year-old MEP ripped into the budget, before suggesting it lacked vision.
Mr Farage was enraged after Mr Hammond neglected to mention Brexit in his first budget as Chancellor.
Furious, Mr Farage then revealed what he would have included in the Budget.
Speaking on LBC, he said: “I would have liked to have heard we’re on a path here where Britain is going to become a genuine global trading nation.
Nigel Farage fumed at Philip Hammond for targeting self-employed workers in Britain
“We are going to take 120,000 pages of closed-type legislation, given to us from the European institutions and we are going to start taking a hacksaw to it!
“Getting rid of it and freeing the 5.25million people in Britain, who run our small companies who create 60 per cent of our jobs, who take risks, who are the heroes of the nation!
“I heard absolutely none of that.”
Farage turned on the Chancellor for not mentioning Brexit in the budget
This budget lacks vision, lacks inspiration
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The Chancellor announced self-employed workers will be faced with an increase in National Insurance Contributions, despite a pledge in the Conservative Party manifesto to not raise NIC.
Labour's deputy leader Tom Watson said the move was a clear breach of a promise to voters in the 2015 general election, saying: "The Tories put a promise not to raise National Insurance in their manifesto four times. Today they're breaking that promise."
The contradiction from the Government left Mr Farage seething as he accused the Tories of targeting some of the most important people in Britain.
He continued: “What are we doing? Surely the whole point of Brexit was to take power away from the giant corporations.
“To enable the 5.25million people in this country, men and women, who are running their own small businesses, the chance, the opportunity to get on.
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Budget 2017: Philip Hammond hailed Britain’s booming Brexit economy today as he delivered his first Budget of the year
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Mr Hammond says he is 'building the foundations of a stronger, fairer, more global Britain'
“To do well, to make money, to pay taxes, isn’t that what we need?
“This budget lacks vision, lacks inspiration.”
Mr Farage finished with one final swipe at the Chancellor for not appearing to take Brexit into consideration.
He said: “He didn’t even mention the word Brexit once, and frankly, we’ve been let down today I think by Philip Hammond our Chancellor like a cheap pair of braces, that’s my view.”