Britain's economy is slightly larger than previously thought.
That's according to new official estimates published on Tuesday
They take into account new methodology and data.
The Office for National Statistics added around 26 billion pounds - that's 31 billion dollars - to the size of the world's fifth-biggest economy in 2016
That brought total output to just under 2 trillion pounds.
The ONS regularly updates its methods for measuring the economy, which usually results in slight increases to its size.
The latest estimates used new surveys on costs faced by businesses
and changes to the way capital assets such as buildings and machinery are measured.
Average annual growth in the economy between 1997 to 2016 is now estimated at 2.1%, up from 2.0% previously.