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As MPs fixate on Brexit, in the wider world an economy that was supposed to be flattened by the prospect of leaving the EU continues to flourish. Revised figures from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development indicate that productivity in the UK is actually higher than has been claimed.

We are producing more goods and services per hour than long-standing economic indicators have previously suggested. The OECD and others have used past productivity statistics to assert there were inherent problems that would be exacerbated by Brexit. Yet job creation in the UK remains higher than elsewhere in the EU, and wages are growing again.

It transpires that, while other countries adjust...

As MPs fixate on Brexit, in the wider world an economy that was supposed to be flattened by the prospect of leaving the EU continues to flourish. Revised figures from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development indicate that productivity in the UK is actually higher than has been claimed.

We are producing more goods and services per hour than long-standing economic indicators have previously suggested. The OECD and others have used past productivity statistics to assert there were inherent problems that would be exacerbated by Brexit. Yet job creation in the UK remains higher than elsewhere in the EU, and wages are growing again.

It transpires that, while other countries adjust...

As MPs fixate on Brexit, in the wider world an economy that was supposed to be flattened by the prospect of leaving the EU continues to flourish. Revised figures from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development indicate that productivity in the UK is actually higher than has been claimed.

We are producing more goods and services per hour than long-standing economic indicators have previously suggested. The OECD and others have used past productivity statistics to assert there were inherent problems that would be exacerbated by Brexit. Yet job creation in the UK remains higher than elsewhere in the EU, and wages are growing again.

It transpires that, while other countries adjust...

As MPs fixate on Brexit, in the wider world an economy that was supposed to be flattened by the prospect of leaving the EU continues to flourish. Revised figures from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development indicate that productivity in the UK is actually higher than has been claimed.

We are producing more goods and services per hour than long-standing economic indicators have previously suggested. The OECD and others have used past productivity statistics to assert there were inherent problems that would be exacerbated by Brexit. Yet job creation in the UK remains higher than elsewhere in the EU, and wages are growing again.

It transpires that, while other countries adjust...