The UK economy grew by 0.3% in May, this is in direct contradiction to what Remainers, and their leading forecasts were suggesting.
Many leading Remainers were suggesting that the UK economy would go into contraction, and, as such, would be heading for a recession, which, as seen by these new figures, is a load of nonsense. The UK economy is growing at comparable rates to other EU countries, and faster that France.
The UK economy has been branded “resilient”, it comes as a new Brexit report suggested that the UK leaving the EU on a so called “hard Brexit”, or, as more accurately put, a Brexit with a clean-slate, dumping Theresa May’s surrender treaty, the best option – would be the best way for the UK to go.
The United Kingdom was meant to leave the EU in March, but Theresa May failed to impress with her surrender treaty, therefore she had no choice but to fully resign. It is now expected that ex foreign secretary, Boris Johnson, will take her place.