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The doomsday warnings of immediate and catastrophic harm to the UK economy in the event of a Leave vote could hardly have proved to be less true. Initial wobbles in the stock markets were soon reversed, while the new value of sterling has boosted British exports, wiping out doom-laden predictions of recession.

The future looks even rosier. Access to major markets is expected to improve outside of the EU – the United States is already on board for an unprecedented trade deal – businesses of all sizes can expect more opportunities and less red-tape outside the EU. Most importantly, the UK economy remains fundamentally strong and competitive in the global marketplace.

Leave.EU provides regular updates on employment, growth, investment, trade, productivity and other economic indicators, all of which have exhibited impressive results since June 2016 (see below).


Blueprints for Brexit Britain abound

Thursday 21 March 2019 With the possibility of Britain leaving the EU on WTO terms still alive, reports and recommendations from think tanks and institutes far and wide all point to the United Kingdom easily heading off any negative economic impact by...

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Everyone’s investing in Britain

Friday 8 March 2019 It’s all about investment. Brexit Britain is seeing cash flow into the economy from all directions. Asset buying from Europe has doubled in two years on the back of a more competitive currency. Norway’s sovereign wealth fund is...

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Project fear falling flat

Friday 25 January 2019 As the Remain campaign ramps up its efforts to spread fear about massive tailbacks at Calais and sudden increases in tariffs in the event of No Deal, it emerges the WTO provides the means for an interim trade arrangement retaining...

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