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Brexit hasn't pushed the UK economy off a cliff — but 'this picture is deceptive'

The UK's economy has "not fallen off a cliff" since Britons voted for a Brexit on June 23, but this "picture is deceptive," warn economists at EY ITEM Club. In a benchmark report by the group, which is the "only non- governmental forecasting group to use HM Treasury's model of the UK economy," economists say that while GDP is set to grow 1.9% in 2016, there are a whole host of issues that lie ahead for the nation and the outlook is not as rosy as it was before the referendum on Britain's membership of the European Union.
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