UK space industry to government: We’ll adapt to your new strategy, if you ever decide on one

by Peter B. de Selding

PARIS —Britain’s removal as a key contributor to the EU's Galileo satellite navigation network and the British government’s inability to settle on its future space strategy highlighted a Sept. 7 meeting of the UK Parliament’s Defence Committee.

Key takeaways:

The Athena group of Inmarsat, Lockheed Martin UK, CGI UK and Serco are still urging the British government to follow through on a British-built global navigation constellation . . .

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