Coming as no surprise to readers here, Brexit has yet to have any meaningful impact on the economy.
There was a 2 week heart attack in June/July after the scaremongering panicked everybody on the result. However, since then we have seen retail sales are up, inflation up slightly, a weakened pound has powered tourism and employment has continued to slightly fall. The FTSE is hugely up for good measure.
However, much as it is fun to point at the increasingly more desperate remainiacs and their howls of outrage, we won't really see the impact over the short-term. When article 50 is enacted, when the fate of EEA or not is decided, then bigger decisions about UK investment will be made. Of course, in the meantime things carry on and in and of itself this will protect the UK against the longer term threats. Companies already here are going to get stickier as time progresses and they see the effects of Brexit taking years or decades.
So perhaps Remain are right, 6% less GDP potential by 2030, I cant see how that will ever really be noticed.
As a bet, I can see growth for the 3rd quarter coming in at 0.5% or better, when the doomsaying remainiacs are saying it is nailed on shrinking and recession.