When Airbus published its Brexit risk assessment in June, it was headline news in Britain. For the first time, a large respected employer had fired a warning shot across the government’s bow, publicly revealing what it had been trying quietly to tell the government for two years. The aerospace industry is facing a tough time regardless of whether the British government chooses to take a hard approach—severing all ties with the EU on March 29, 2019—or a softer Brexit, where ...

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