Since Britain voted to leave the EU. I believe in the future we will see balance of payments issues with trade, further currency decrease, increasing inflation from the extra cost of trading and the lower currency. To offset this the government will start to deregulate, raise interest rates, the bank of England intervening from time to time within the currency markets and balance of payments issues. Unemployment will be overall stable for the next couple years. This means trade exports will increase, as will the growth rate. So the deficit will fall and the government will continue to keep government spending increases below the rate of inflation. This will all change once the EU breaks apart, then we will have job losses, a recession, our currency will rise and trade will fall for a couple years. However the British economy already a couple years removed from the EU will recover faster than any other major European economy, the UK will emerge by 2025 as the strongest economy in Europe, with low inflation, low unemployment, decreasing debt and a well valued currency. Trade will be increasing again and the stock market will be growing. House prices will be decreasing and wages increasing. Like it or not Britain is in the strongest possible position after the leave the EU. The only question is how we act and use our position of strength.