|Peter Christy||11/01/2019 18:42:31|
|1192 forum posts|
Light the blue touch paper and retire.............!!!
|SONNY MONKS||11/01/2019 18:48:54|
268 forum posts
i wish peter,il have to work until im 70,im 50.
|Don Fry||11/01/2019 19:04:41|
3144 forum posts
I don't quite understand the question. In practice, if the UK is no longer a member of EASA, then U.K. regulations in relation to model aircraft might diverge. As as a side line, If outside a customs union, UK and EU hobbyshops are not going to trade across the English Channel. But the wind still blows, and aircraft can fly.
But, a major point is keeping a belief that the likes of Johnson, Rees Mogg, and Fox keep telling, that 70 million people dictate terms to 500 million, that 70 million countries dictate trade terms on the same basis as 500 million blocks, and all the other beliefs they expound, that economists are wrong, and a bright future awaits. If wrong, the hobby won't do well.
I well remember 2008, buying stuff for pennies on E Bay. I was not one of the poor souls pitched out of work.
|2300 forum posts|
Wow! after the drone goings on here, we're really skating on thin ice with this one - gentlemen, whatever your views, let the politicians get all wound up over it, they get paid handsomely enough for the priviledge. I'm happy to give my opinion on drones, but my views on Brexit either pro or anti, good or bad for modelling...... no way.
Edited By Cuban8 on 11/01/2019 19:21:52
|john stones 1||11/01/2019 19:27:42|
10151 forum posts
My lips are sealed.
|Bob Cotsford||11/01/2019 19:35:04|
7684 forum posts
It will be good for the Royal Mail as they will be able to charge a handling charge on anything coming from the EU as they do now for ROW orders (except for the odd item that slips through from HK).
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