You should know that stats, however impressive, don’t always represent the bigger reality. According to the ONS who compiles them, even if a person works 1 hour a week, they are now classified as employed. Meanwhile, myriads of unfortunates out of work who are carers or have been sanctioned, are no longer classified as unemployed. Is that a fair representation of reality?
Also, much of the better economic data can be explained by UK’s warehouses full of record levels of stock-piled products in preparation for No-Deal.
Neutral view: if anyone makes a strong claim with conviction & then they’re asked a question to explain, it seems basic etiquette to answer, not evade answering by asking yet more questions. - GL