After three damaging years of flatlining, it's both welcome and long overdue that our economy is growing again.
But for millions of people across the country still seeing prices rising faster than their wages this is no recovery at all.
Working people are on average over £1500 a year worse off since David Cameron came to office, yet very high earners have enjoyed a huge tax cut. And on the cost of living, growth and the deficit, this Government have failed every test they set themselves in 2010.
We now need action to secure a strong, balanced and sustainable recovery that works for the many, not just a few at the top. And simply to catch up all the lost ground since 2010 we would need 1.5 per cent growth in every quarter between now and the election.
Chancellor George Osborne told ITV News that the UK is on the "path to prosperity" but critics claim people aren't feeling the benefit.
The economy grew at its fastest pace for three years but the big question is can it be sustained?