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The President of Airbus Group UK has reiterated his warning that the company will have to review future investment in the UK following the referendum result.
Airbus, which employs more than 6,000 people at Broughton in Flintshire, supported the campaign to remain in the European Union.
Paul Kahn said last year that the company would reconsider its investment in the country in the event of a leave result.
This is what he said today:
48,930 people in Flintshire (56.4%) voted to leave the EU, with 37,867 (43.6%) votes for remain.
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Chancellor George Osborne has said the vote to leave the EU was "not the outcome I wanted" but that he will "do all I can to make it work".
Mr Osborne, who campaigned for remain, described it as a "hard fought campaign".
He said he had discussed the decision with G7 finance ministers and bank governors.
It was a hard fought campaign. It is not the outcome I wanted but I respect decision of British people and will do all I can to make it work
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NFU Cymru say it's now a priority to work with the Welsh and UK Governments to ensure minimum disruption to agriculture after EU exit.Read the full story ›
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