UK says shut out of EU's Galileo sat-nav contracts

British taxpayers have already contributed more than £1bn to satellite navigation systemThe EUís member states have backed officials in Brussels in their attempt to block the UK from achieving its post-Brexit goal of unrestricted access to the Galileo satellite programme to which British taxpayers have paid more than £1bn.Despite some concerns about the high-handed manner of their approach to the UK, European commission officials secured support from the 27 member states during a meeting on Tuesday. Continue reading...

UK says shut out of EU's Galileo sat-nav contracts

Britain has been formally excluded from future contracts for the EU's Galileo satellite-navigation system, the government said on Thursday, condemning the decision as "completely unacceptable".

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