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FILE PHOTO: Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May leaves 10 Downing Street in London, Britain, May 23, 2018. REUTERS/Toby Melville/File Photo Below are the main proposals from the so-called “White Paper” which relate to the country’s aviation and aerospace industries. The UK proposes “participation by the UK in those EU agencies that provide authorizations for goods in highly regulated sectors” such as “the European Aviation Safety Agency”. EASA is responsible for issuing safety approvals for all planes and aircraft components. The UK said that under its proposals, it would remain an active participant without voting rights and would make a financial contribution to EASA. It proposes “becoming a third country member via the established route under Article 66 of the EASA basic regulation, as Switzerland has”. Before publishing the White Paper, the UK government had said it wanted to explore the terms on which it could continue to participate in EASA. Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary has warned that planes could be grounded if Britain leaves the EU without a deal. Rival easyJet has established a new airline in Austria to protect its rights. The UK’s proposals include “an Air Transport Agreement which seeks to maintain reciprocal liberalized aviation access between and within the territory of the UK and the EU, alongside UK participation in EASA”. “This would permit UK and EU carriers to operate air services to, from and within the territory of both the UK and the EU on an equal basis.
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“Having just complained” about the jail in Warsaw, Va., he wrote, Mr. Manafort’s lawyers had not identified any specific threat to his safety at the Alexandria jail. Jailers there are “very familiar with housing high-profile defendants, including foreign and domestic terrorists, spies and traitors,” he wrote. “Defendant’s access to counsel and his ability to prepare for trial trumps his personal comfort,” Judge Ellis said. Moreover, he wrote, in the Alexandria jail, Mr. Manafort “will actually avoid the discomfort of long commutes during trial days.” Mr. Manafort has faced an uphill legal battle. Besides the charges of financial fraud in Virginia, he faces charges in Washington, including violating federal lobbying laws. Last month, a federal judge in Washington revoked Mr.
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