Long before the Brexit vote was decided, the ‘Remain’ camp warned of imminent economic troubles for the UK if it leaves the EU. However, months after the referendum, it looks like the British economy is still doing well. Were fears over leaving the European Union exaggerated, or is the worst yet to come? With Theresa May leading the country, how soon will Brexit become a reality? And how is Britain going to cope with going it alone? We ask Sir Edward Leigh, member of the British Parliament, on Sophie&Co.