> I can answer that.
Please do because you didn't, instead choosing to point out what was happening in other countries which is nice for them but doesn't explain our declining GDP growth prospects.
EU countries may have pulled out of recession slower, but they are now in a more normal growth range, not some abnormally inflated post-recession bounce kind of growth. So why, with our primary export market in an improved but normal state of growth and the UK economy already in decent shape come 2016, is the UK economy now at the bottom end of the range?
Hint: It isn't rocket science and something happened in 2016.