In a shocking revelation, it has been revealed that the EU’s own aviation regulator has rejected to help Britain’s Civil Aviation Authority in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

The news, reported by the BBC, says that the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) rejected talks with its British counterpart without a political agreement on Brexit.

In his letter, CAA chief executive Richard Moriarty said “My team is standing by to support these discussions.”

The political move by Eurocrats at EASA will mean that parts from Airbus in the UK will be unable to be used on some planes, and pilots will have to pay the EU for additional licensing.

The efforts by the European Union to hamper Brexit continue…