Jomar777 wrote:Pure speculation from The Guardian (one of the few (the only mainstream) of REMOANERS that exist.
Nobody know for certain what it will happen so it is purely speculation Although the EU has its own administration, it needs consensus and approval of any deal by the member nations (Belgium, as we saw, even count as two - Flanders and Wallonia...).
We have not started negotiations yet, there will be elections in Germany and France (and probably others during these two years) and the outlook for the whole region may shift.
The Guardian tends to be consistently hammering the doom and gloom. Yet, if you can take them, you could also take The Express, The Times and The Mail consistently hammering otherwise.
Let's wait the negotiations start.
Coming back to AVIATION which is the main point here, I expect a deal to be hammered between the EU and the UK pretty swift since both have a lot to lose if they do not agree. You may say that on this particular issue, the UK may have problems but remember: if we do not have a deal on aviation, we may not have a deal elsewhere in retaliation...
So how do you know it is not all gloom and doom? Because of a brexiter you know that by definition nothing bad can ever come from brexit?