An authoritative piece in the Indie of all places explains why (a) a consensus of economists has proven disastrously wrong on recent events and (b) why they're all so far off the mark about Brexit, which won't bring Armageddon after all.
We knew this of course - as Establishment body after Establishment body pronounced doom and despair, from the IMF to the IFS, but the clincher was a chain letter to the newspapers from a group of 'eminent economists' - that sealed it. They had to be wrong, just as they were about the Euro in 1999 and as they were about the world economy in 2008.
Still, it's nice to know they're all spouting bollox. And the Egregious Mme Lagarde of the IMF, who, as Wetherspoons is pointing out to its customers, is personally facing a lengthy jail sentence for a €400m fraud, is also trashed in the Indie piece.
Frankly, I'm astonished they printed it - but perhaps a few media outlets are now starting to hedge their bets, just in case we win ...