Weighing 680 tonnes, the final section of one of the Royal Navy's new aircraft carriers is leaving Portsmouth - on her way to Scotland where assembly will be completed. It contains the nerve centre of HMS Queen Elizabeth the most iconic part of the ship - the bridge.
Both of the new carriers will eventually be based in Portsmouth - but the future for the BAE workers who built her remains uncertain. As Andrew Pate reports.
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