>> Please don't listen to the Brexiteers madness which asserts that, because we have huge plants here, we will not move and we will always be here. They are wrong.>> In its starkest warning yet from Airbus CEO Tom Enders, the company has urged the UK to avoid the hard crash after the EU, saying it could move its futuring business out of Britain.
The company has 14,000 jobs in the UK, around 6,000 of those at its wind factory in Wales which could be at risk, too, as could it 6 billion pounds annual turnover in the UK.>> In a global economy the UK no longer has the capability to go it alone.
Major aerospace projects are multinational affairs.>> That message the UK government has been received loud and clear.>>
very seriously the warning from the Chief Executive of Airbus.>> Brexit Minister Stephen Barclay also told Parliament other businesses want to deal to avoid the uncertainty of a no deal.
Airbus has previously made similar warnings. Critics have cast doubts over those threats. Arguing there'd be no reason to leave with a weaker pound and its efficient UK factories.