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UK braced for EU safety programmes exit

A no-deal Brexit would have well documented trade implications for the two countries. But it could also strip the UK of access to some crucial safety programmes and force it to build similar ones on its own

With a no-deal Brexit in sight, the UK faces having to exit from certain European Union maritime safety programmes

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