By Thomas Fazi writing for spiked
From the article,
We were told that Brexit would cause an economic apocalypse – that it would lead to a financial meltdown, a deep recession, a collapse in exports, higher unemployment and inflation, lower wages and a long-term fall in living standards. Others suggested it would lead to food and medicine shortages, famines, riots and even military coups. Britain risked becoming a dystopian failed state and an international pariah, cut off from the civilised world.
Needless to say, none of these predictions has come true – as myself and others anticipated. Not only has post-Brexit Britain not been an economic disaster, it has also been, in many respects, an economic success.