Massi wrote:leave won. Now leave. Now.
... I can't understand why now your government is trying to take time in any way.
as we said in another topic, it seems that now "you" (general) want your wife drunk and your barrel full of wine.
This is not fair.
Also not relevant.
"you" want to make your own laws and regulations, but also to freely access the EU market.
Not fair again.
Fairness doesn't come into it.
The vote has been done. Now it's time to take its consequences. For the benefit of everyone.
If our government, or the EU hierarchy, decided to take that view, and insisted we left straight away, we would indeed "take the consequences" - which could be quite dire, not only for the UK but also for the remainder of the EU. But an orderly exit can and will benefit both sides.
Without proper protocols in place, you could not sell us Fiat cars or Chianti Classico Reserva, nor could you buy our ... well, we don't make wine worth the label, but you take my meaning.
Also, Airbus would have to stop making A800s, because we're the ones making the wings at the moment.
Sure, in time, another supplier could be found. Maybe Italy could start making them. But not straight away - it would take time to sort it.
Meanwhile, no planes would get built.
It's not just money. Trade barriers don't consist of just money. How does the EU certify that the Airbus wings comply with the laid-down standards, when suddenly those standards don't exist?
If an Airbus falls out of the sky because of a faulty wing, who do you sue? Not us - we've got nothing to do with it any more.
And don't talk about International law - that's just a convenient umbrella for bilateral agreements, and can be - and often is - ignored when it's convenient.