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Image caption Economic growth has not been disastrous, but nor has it been sparkling. There may still be more than a month to go until Brexit is scheduled to happen, but there has already been some fallout from the decision to leave. Most recently, the prolonged uncertainty - what the governor of the Bank of England refers to as the "Brexit fog" - appears to be leaving some potentially worrying scars on prosperity. What is clear, however, is that two-and-a-half years after the referendum, the most dire predictions about what could have happened to financial wellbeing have failed to transpire. Rewind to May 2016. The then chancellor, George Osborne, warned of what he said would happen over ... Full story

10 February