Britain’s Gross Domestic Product defied the warnings of Project Fear to after the historic decision to cut ties with Brussels, according to the Office for National Statistics.

The surge exceeds expectations of many City experts and contrasts starkly with from George Osborne and other supporters of the UK’s membership of the EU, including former prime minister David Cameron and Bank of England governor Mark Carney.

And Britain’s economy was given another ringing vote of confidence yesterday when in the North-east.


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