Brexit: UK coastguard 'very worried' about loss of access to EMSA satellite services
The UK will only be able to replace European Union ship safety and environmental satellite services at great cost, the executive director of the European Maritime Safety Agency has warned.
Replacing the services provided by the European Maritime Safety Agency would be a major task for the UK a...
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