BITTER Remain voters have been told to end their whinging after the British economy grew in the third quarter.
During the referendum campaign voters were repeatedly warned leaving the European Union would have a devastating impact on the economic future of Britain.
In a tactic spearheaded by George Osborne and David Cameron, it was said a vote to Leave would risk a recession.
Figures from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) this week showed the economy grew by 0.5 per cent in the third quarter.
Commenting on the news, LBC presenter Andrew Pierce said: “If you are a Remainer, isn’t it time now just to get on with it and accept the British people have spoken?
“We’re leaving the EU and actually, contrary to all the doomsayers, the economy is doing rather well.
“Remember: Nissan – major investment in Britain, McDonald’s – major investment in Britain, Apple – major investment in Britain.
“Isn’t that the real measure of Brexit? The fact that people are still coming here and still investing here.
“Or are you still in denial and still determined to get another referendum?”
Following the release of the ONS figures Ruth Gregory, UK economist at Capital Economics, said it was evidence the vote to leave the EU had yet to have a tangible impact on the economy.
She said: “The latest set of UK National Accounts leave the economy looking even stronger after the referendum than previously estimated.
If you are a Remainer, isn’t it time now just to get on with it and accept the British people have spoken?