Pubblicato in: Devoluzione socialismo, Regno Unito, Unione Europea

UK lascerà l’Easa a fine anno.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2020-03-16.

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«The UK’s Transport Secretary Grant Shapps confirmed that the UK will leave the European aviation safety regulator (EASA) after the Brexit transition period that ends on December 31»

«As you would expect from an independent nation, we can’t be subjected to a set of rules and laws made by somebody else…we can’t accept rules from the EU Commission and we cannot accept rulings in terms of court cases from the European Court of Justice or anybody else, any more than the US would, …. A lot of that EU expertise was, in fact, British. In fact, a lot of the leading lights (at EASA) were from the UK»

«the senior figures at EASA who are British would return to the UK by the end of the year, as regulatory powers will revert to the UK’s Civil Aviation Authority»

«The UK’s new safety authority could take up to 10 years to create, according to some estimates, and will cost up to £40 million annually to implement, far for that the £1 million to £4 million that Britain contributes to EASA each year»

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«we can’t be subjected to a set of rules and laws made by somebody else»

«we can’t accept rules from the EU Commission and we cannot accept rulings in terms of court cases from the European Court of Justice or anybody else»

Il Regno Unito sta proseguendo la sua strada di nazione sovrana che si riappropria delle proprie prerogative e competenze.

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UK will leave EU’s aviation safety regulator by the end of 2020

The UK’s Transport Secretary Grant Shapps confirmed that the UK will leave the European aviation safety regulator (EASA) after the Brexit transition period that ends on December 31.

“As you would expect from an independent nation, we can’t be subjected to a set of rules and laws made by somebody else…we can’t accept rules from the EU Commission and we cannot accept rulings in terms of court cases from the European Court of Justice or anybody else, any more than the US would,” said Shapps. “A lot of that EU expertise was, in fact, British. In fact, a lot of the leading lights (at EASA) were from the UK”.

Shapps said the senior figures at EASA who are British would return to the UK by the end of the year, as regulatory powers will revert to the UK’s Civil Aviation Authority. The United Kingdom will then seek to be “particularly forward-leaning” when it comes to technology and the automation sectors

The UK’s new safety authority could take up to 10 years to create, according to some estimates, and will cost up to £40 million annually to implement, far for that the £1 million to £4 million that Britain contributes to EASA each year.

The London-based International Airlines Group also expressed disappointment with the decision and added that the Civil Aviation Authority “does not have the expertise required to operate as a world-class safety and technical regulator”.

“Being a member of the European Aviation Safety Agency is not compatible with the UK having genuine economic and political independence,” said the department for transport. “We will maintain world-leading safety standards for the industry…and will continue to work with colleagues in the EU to establish a new regulatory relationship.”