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GPD Growth: 0.5% (expected: 0.3%)(before; 0.7%)
Annual GPD Growth: 2.3% (expected: 1.9%)(Before: 2.1%)

http://www.tradingeconomics.com/unit...dom/gdp-growth
http://www.tradingeconomics.com/unit...-growth-annual

There so much uncertainty even economists don't know whats going to happen.

Why does UK keep beating predictions? Hmm....
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You realise we haven't actually left the EU, right? And that the government won't be enacting Article 50 until next year at the earliest?

Saying that anyone has been proved right or wrong at this stage is pure idiocy.
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Because the UK is still in the EU.
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Brexit hasn't happened yet.

To link normal minor fluctuation to Brexit is ludicrous at best, retarded at worst.
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*you're
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(Original post by ckfeister)
GPD Growth: 0.5% (expected: 0.3%)(before; 0.7%)
Annual GPD Growth: 2.3% (expected: 1.9%)(Before: 2.1%)

http://www.tradingeconomics.com/unit...dom/gdp-growth
http://www.tradingeconomics.com/unit...-growth-annual

There so much uncertainty even economists don't know whats going to happen.

Why does UK keep beating predictions? Hmm....
Probably because those predictions were based on something that has not happened. They were based on the plan that Britain would activate article 50 straight away
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I love how you thought you could rub it in us remainers faces.:toofunny:

But it just backfired on you.

We haven't left eu.
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(Original post by ckfeister)
GPD Growth: 0.5% (expected: 0.3%)(before; 0.7%)
Annual GPD Growth: 2.3% (expected: 1.9%)(Before: 2.1%)

http://www.tradingeconomics.com/unit...dom/gdp-growth
http://www.tradingeconomics.com/unit...-growth-annual

There so much uncertainty even economists don't know whats going to happen.

Why does UK keep beating predictions? Hmm....
Come on that is ridiculous ... Those of us who has a brain (not in an insulting way) would know that the pound has had it's ups and down many times way before Brexit started and I'm struggling to comprehend the ignorance here. If we're beating targets for growth during Brexit this is good for economic stability but to use this as an argument against "Remainers" doesn't add up, it's weak and if not rather pointless.
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Probably because those predictions were based on something that has not happened. They were based on the plan that Britain would activate article 50 straight away
No, they were not. The Treasury forecast predicted an immediate post-vote 0.1% loss in GDP, but the Treasury did not have in place any contingency plans for Brexit, and therefore did not make any assumptions about the triggering of Article 50. Don't spout lies just because it suits the lies you spouted before.
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You realise we haven't actually left the EU, right? And that the government won't be enacting Article 50 until next year at the earliest?

Saying that anyone has been proved right or wrong at this stage is pure idiocy.
Debunking the massive lie that the likes of Nissan would withhold investment despite this... http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-37787890

Is that pure idiocy?
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Companies know of Brexit. You guys who claim that we are still in the EU and using that is nonsence
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Because nothing has changed.
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If we experienced a 0.5% contraction, you would all be blaming it on Brexit.

I don't doubt that for a second.
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(Original post by 2016_GCSE)
Companies know of Brexit. You guys who claim that we are still in the EU and using that is nonsence
but we are still in the EU? we are still using their trade agreements, we still have membership of the single market, we haven't lost any of the favourable things about being part of the EU because we haven't enacted article 50 yet
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Debunking the massive lie that the likes of Nissan would withhold investment despite this... http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-37787890

Is that pure idiocy?
What relevance does that have to anything? :erm:
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But are not exactly the same arguments used by remainers all the time? When something bad happens - that's because of the impending Brexit. When something good happens - well Brexit hasn't happened yet - so it can't be anything to do with that.
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You realise we haven't actually left the EU, right? And that the government won't be enacting Article 50 until next year at the earliest?

Saying that anyone has been proved right or wrong at this stage is pure idiocy.
This rhetoric is getting tiring, can you not just accept that the campaign was bogus, the treasury declaration, which is what you all clung to, was this would be the first of 4 quarters of contraction.

Admit it, the apocalypse isn't coming.

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So happy that brexit's happening😌 Although apparently we will be leaving for good around the summer of 2019
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What relevance does that have to anything? :erm:
Really? You said that it's nonsense to say whether anyone's been proven wrong or right about the immediate effect of a Brexit vote.

You choose to ignore how utterly wrong the economic predictions have been, which, contrary to your belief, did NOT make any assumption about triggering Article 50 suddenly. They are wrong, yet you choose to ignore it. You also ignore the lies that went along with the economic predictions, including this prediction that UK car manufacturers would lose confidence and cease production - the exact opposite has happened and now you question the relevance. Just laughable.

I ask you this: If we experienced a 0.5% contraction, would you blame that on Brexit?

Of course you would.
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The thing is with remainers - they actually want the country to fail. There's no space intellectually for any other outcome.

They want the economy to do badly, as if it does well, they will be completely unable to accept that everything they believed was untrue. They're in a lose/lose situation.
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