Mr Johnson has taken a more hardline approach, saying the exit must happen by the Halloween deadline "do or die", but Mr Hunt said he would ask for a delay if a deal was in sight.
Mr Hunt also pledged cuts to corporation tax at an estimated cost of £13 billion per year in the short term and an increase in defence spending to cost an additional £15 billion in four years. Many will naturally see Hunt's announcement as an attempt to outdo his Tory party rival and Brexiteer-in-chief, Boris Johnson.
"I will mark my ballot for Jeremy Hunt".
"I will mitigate the impact of no deal Brexit on you and step in to help smooth those short-term difficulties. But if a withdrawal deal is simply not on the cards then the only way to fulfil the democratic mandate of the referendum is to leave without a deal, which is what we will do", he said at the Policy Exchange think-tank event in London. "If we could do it for the bankers in the financial crisis, we can do it for our fisherman, farmers and small businesses now", he said in a pre-released expert of his speech.
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"As prime minister, I will make a judgement on 30th September as to whether there is a realistic chance of a new deal being agreed that can pass the House of Commons", he said. We're a delivery Department giving tailored support to people trying to get into work, with brilliant work coaches at 600+ sites.
Yet, critics point out that the European Union has said, on numerous occasions, that the divorce deal already agreed with the United Kingdom under incumbent Prime Minister Theresa May can not be renegotiated, including the issue of the Irish backstop.
The government would also channel £6 billion ($7.6 billion, 6.7 billion euros) to industries most threatened by a no-deal Brexit.
But chancellor of the exchequer Phillip Hammond has warned that all the "headroom" the candidates keep referring to will be needed to plug the hole a no-deal Brexit would inflict on the country.