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Old 25th Oct 2018, 18:08
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Originally Posted by Gertrude the Wombat View Post
It can't happen if you believe that May is serious about her red lines, that hasn't changed.

It can however happen if you expect her to cave in and accept BINO.

Which of these scenarios you think is "most likely" is up to you.
Have you read the document? - the government has already stated its desire to remain in EASA.


The UK government has repeatedly stated an intent to continue to participate in the work of EASA. For example, the UK aviation minister, Baroness Sugg, gave a clear commitment to the UK’s involvement in March 2018,24 which was later confirmed by the Prime Minister in the UK government White Paper published in July 2018, alongside a commitment to accept regulation and contribute financially.25
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