Fortunately for the cause of aviation safety your obvious lack of knowledge on the subject would keep you far, far away from any position of authority.
Besides, the real reason nothing has been done as an alternative to EASA is that the government has decided not to. The head of the CAA - who does what he's told by government - has testified to Parliament that there are no plans and that they have done nothing to prepare for life outside EASA.
See, that's what baffles me the most about Brexit - the way that people who want it will not accept that the government has failed to prepare. Sure, you'll stamp your feet when people who do this sort of thing for a living give your professional opinion that it takes more than five minutes to unravel some very complex arrangements but when the government do nothing, nothing at all to get ready to leave - not a sound.
Because if anything causes Brexit to fail it will be that lack of preparation. All of these problems are solvable, all of them. Yet the government has not even started to tackle them.
Why not just jump into the back of a wagon and claim asylum when you get to France - live free in a camp for a month's sunbathing and then travel back to the uk and convince the Customs that your merely suntanned and not a Punjabee or Windrusher.
It's not impossible, nor have I ever claimed that it is. But it's not being offered, we haven't asked for it and it's not been done for any other country. So really, expecting it to suddenly happen is the very definition of wishing for unicorns.
‘The technology to deliver a near frictionless border including number plate recognition, authorised economic operater system and electronic pre authorisation already existed and the government had started talks with potential suppliers’
Can’t say I’ve seen those forecasters saying we’d be worse off. I’ve seen plenty of opinion to fit an agenda. I’ve seen mid to long term assessments saying that brexit won’t negatively impact the UKs economy. I’ve heard a lot of speculation post referendum that we’ve seen to be incorrect.
They’ll be ups and downs.
As I’ve said before. If they offered riches over democracy, I’d go for democracy over and over again.
Any US trade will have an impact. Legally as well. We've been through this Andy, using the example of Canadian oil.
What I said was this: 'll be right there with you when you're protesting the US influence on domestic UK issues in ten years time. ' I have no idea where you got Foreign Policy from and I equally have no idea where you got a political union from.
You really need to keep your imagination in check.