European Space Agency boss gives damning response to Galileo rival after Brexit

“I don’t like it, because this is artificial, what we are doing.

“There might be some effects, for instance, through the Galileo programme, which is implemented through ESA, or the Copernicus programme.

“We will do our utmost to reduce all the impact as much as we can from our point of view.”

Britain is currently in the midst of a £92million feasibility study to investigate the possibility of building a rival to Galileo, which more than a £1billion in UK taxpayers’ money is estimated to have been invested in.

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