Brexit could hinder Britain's space technology capabilities, warn experts

Nicholas Fearn
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Brexit is already damaging Britain's space technology abilities - despite involvement with new satellite

Space industry experts have warned that Britain's departure from the European Union could damage the development of space technology in the UK.  The warning came as the much-anticipated Eutelsat...

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