Bank of England governor Mark Carney has said that the UK is not yet at "escape velocity" but is approaching average after weak performance.
Carney said that he was not expecting a material increase in borrowing as the UK recovers, and that prolonged periods of low rates pose stability risks.
To give some perspective to the idea that the UK is now booming:
That little uptick right at the end is "Boom Britain"? Mark Carney must think we're all bonkers pic.twitter.com/0ViLbW9wmT— Faisal Islam (@faisalislam) August 6, 2013