In less than a month, British, Irish and Commonwealth citizens living in the U.K. will vote to decide whether the U.K. should remain in the European Union or not. While the stakes are high, this is really business as usual for the British, as this June 23 “Brexit” referendum is just the latest episode in the country’s longstanding ambivalence toward Europe.  In many ways, the recent history of the U.K. aerospace sector reflects such uncertainty: After ...

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