Future of UK aerospace ‘in doubt’ without EU deal

However, it said without mutual recognition, manufacturers could face added cost and complexity at a time when they are already reeling from coronavirus. “Even with a deal we are facing significant additional costs,” Mr Everitt told the BBC. “It gets worse if there’s no deal.”

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