TThe British economy will recover on Monday from its first decline in seven years to fuel Boris Johnson's electoral hopes.

Growth will return to positive territory once the official estimates for the final quarter are released after a year marked by the twists of the Brexit process.

Experts predict that production will increase by 0.4 percentage point between July and September as the UK avoids the hangover of the weak second quarter as the economy slumped 0.2 percentage points.

Growth accelerated rapidly in 2019 as stocks at the beginning of the year before the original Brexit on 29 March accelerated growth by 0.6 pence before falling back as companies withheld their spending.

The dominant British service sector …