At the time of posting, the UK Government position on EASA regulation and Brexit is that remaining part of the EASA system is the preferred option. If following Brexit the UK remains part of the EASA system, all EASA rules will continue to apply. If following Brexit the UK is not part of the EASA system, the UK will as far as possible mirror EASA regulation that has come into force at the time of leaving the EU. The BGA remains closely engaged with the CAA and, as the situation evolves, will provide updates through the normal channels.
The Governments Brexit preparation website is here.
The non-Government Sport and Recreation Alliance (S&RA) Brexit preparation guidance is here.