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The findings starkly expose the depths to which the Government-led campaign dubbed Project Fear stooped in its ultimately doomed bid to frighten voters off backing Brexit.
The pro-Brexit group Change Britain issued its dossier on today's anniversary of the Treasury's first gloom-laden report assessing the likely impacts of a June 23 vote to leave the EU.
Just two out of 19 key predictions made in four major Government papers in the run-up to the referendum can be shown to be true, said Change Britain.
Three quarters were either "false" or "likely false", and three were "only partially true".
Change Britain chairman and leading pro-Brexit Labour MP Gisela Stuart said: "The Remain campaign fed the public with stories of doom and gloom but this analysis shows why voters were right to see through their scaremongering.