Most of what's in this has been critiqued elsewhere. I'm not going to blow my top this time in case PoliticoEU makes me a posterchild for expert rage again, but I do have some respectful questions for the author.
Cool. Let's go to where he says this in the video (31 seconds).
"But it doesn’t mean that we’ll have a vacuum or a disruption. NOT AUTOMATICALLY"
Do you think that's perhaps misleading?
Is there a chance the DG was saying the WTO Rules won't themselves cause disruption... and not that Brexit will be disruption free?
Is there a WTO rule which requires the EU accept certificates it no longer consider valid proof?
My question is, what kind of market access do you think Kazakh truck drivers, bankers and insurance companies have to the EU? Worse than what UK has now, by any chance?
Can you please name some disputes on technical standards in which the WTO panel ruled for the complainant and the appellate body didn't overturn?
1st - Hope for a great, negotiated outcome between UK and the EU;
2nd - Hope that @BrexitCentral are right and it all magically works out;
3rd - Prepare like hell because they're not.