Airbus boss on why firm backs EU membership
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EU referendum: Airbus boss on benefits of In vote

Paul Kahn, the president of Airbus UK, has explained why the company has written to all of its 15,000 employees setting out its support for staying in the EU.

He told the BBC the company was not telling its staff how to vote in June's referendum and the business would continue to make aircraft parts in the UK whatever the result.

But he said EU membership clearly benefited the business and investment could be directed elsewhere if the UK voted to leave.