The British economy grew by a much better-than-expected 0.5% in the third quarter, the first time impacts from the Brexit vote could fully be analyzed.
The dominant services industry, which accounts for almost 80% of the economy, was once again the driving force, expanding by 0.8%.
Initial predictions of doom post-Brexit have yet to materialize - with the exception of the crashing pound - and economic data has broadly held up well.
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