The sacred sovereignty of Brexit is set to plummet the UK into economic doom and gloom, if government analysis is anything to go by.
But Jeremy Corbyn thinks this excruciatingly long-winded break-up will be worth it, as he is set to say that there have been and will be economic benefits, reports The Independent.
The Labour leader will suggest the crash in the pound that followed the 2016 referendum made sterling more competitive, as he launches a campaign to boost British manufacturing in his "build it in Britain" speech today.
Unfortunately, the financial upside has been tricky to notice amidst all the economic devastation. This includes a weaker pound squeezing household incomes, as well as hit to gross domestic product (GDP).
In fact the economy will be 1.2 per cent smaller by the end of the first quarter of this year - amounting to £450m a week or £870 a household per year - according to Financial Times predictions.
The comment didn't go down well on Twitter as people slated Corbyn, who has been previously been accused of being the "handmaiden of Brexit", and his comments.
Corbyn will also attack the use of "cheap labour from aboard" - a term Twitter did not take well to - and demand government contracts are kept in Britain in the speech, which will be delivered in Birmingham.
@Independent Disingenuous too - there is no benefit to brexit - & of course our friends are not "cheap labour from abroad".