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).
ECONOMY UPDATES & BLOG
Tuesday 20 August 2019 Australia piles into Brexit Britain's trade bonanza as prominent members of the Trump administration, including the president himself, line up to pledge their support for a big deal. Unemployment is down, exports are up (not in the...read more
Friday 2 August 2019 It’s on. Donald Trump promises a mega trade deal with the UK that has the EU shaking. Talks are also underway between the UK and America’s northern neighbour. At home, the economy continues to shine. Consumer confidence is robust and...read more
Friday 19 July 2019 With inflation steady at the target 2% British workers are enjoying an uninterrupted period of wage growth. Meanwhile, as ever it seems, unemployment continues to fall, reaching its lowest rate in almost half a century. SMEs are...read more