The UK economy has bucked expectations of a substantial slowdown in the three months after the EU referendum thanks to a "strong performance" from the services sector.
The economy grew by 0.5% in the third quarter, compared a 0.7% expansion in the three months to June, official figures show.
The services industries increased by 0.8%, with the main boost coming from transport, storage and communication, which grew at its fastest pace since the fourth quarter of 2009, rising 2.2% over the period in contrast to 0.6% in the second quarter.
There was also a boost from film and TV production, while the release of Ghostbusters, Jason Bourne, The BFG and Star Trek Beyond helped bolster box-office receipts in July.
In contrast to the service sector, construction fell by 1.4%, manufacturing decreased by 1.0%, agriculture dropped by 0.7% and production contracted by 0.4%.