How WRONG was he?! Osborne’s Brexit black hole RUBBISHED year on from Project Fear report
Just two out of 19 predications made in four major Government peers in the run-up to the referendum can be shown to be true, it claimed.
At the time, the former Chancellor said: “The conclusions could not be clearer. To the tune of £4,300 for every household in the country.
“That’s a fact everyone should think about.”
He added: “They are the people whose incomes would go down, whose house prices would fall, whose job prospects would weak, they are the people who always suffer when the country takes an economic wrong turn.”
Economic growth, however, has continued to grow and the unemployment rate as of January was at an 11-year low of 4.8 per cent, according to the Office for National Statistics.