On Saturday Mr Osborne was back with the Treaury pro EU gloomy playbook. Their disgraceful short term forecast of what would happen on a Brexit vote has already been proved hopelessly wrong in most counts.
They said exit would drive up the cost of borrowing. Instead the government cost of borrowing has plunged and private sector loans are available at the same rates as before.
They said asset prices would fall undermining investor confidence. Instead shares of our large companies on the FTSE 100 are higher and people are out buying homes again at prices 5% up on a year ago.
They said the UK deficit would rise. Instead the Treasury can now slash its forecast for future state borrowing costs as the price of future state borrowing has fallen by a remarkable 36%.
They said there would be a rush to cancel investment projects. So far there has been no such rush.
They said consumers would cut back their spending. Why? Who is doing that?
The only thing they have been right about is sterling has gone down. This is a substantial monetary stimulus to our economy. It means foreign buyers of UK assets now find them cheaper and better value. It will boost export activity and make inward investment more attractive.
It means we will buy more home goods and fewer imports.
Governor Carney need not offer lower official interest rates. That is unhelpful, pointing to an extra monetary easing we probably will not need. We do not want negative talk from those in charge of our economy. The danger us such talk will lower sterling too much.
When we come to see the immediate post Brexit figures I expect to see continued growth, and no falling off a cliff in demand as forecast by the Treasury.