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Question on membership of the European Aviation Safety Authority

By March 2019 it will be almost half a century since the UK joined the European Economic Community. Leaving the EU will affect this country in fundamental ways, many of them unpredictable.

I asked Transport Secretary Chris Grayling whether we would remain members of the European Aviation Safety Authority (EASA) – and if not, how we will function outside it.

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