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Two new Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carriers are currently being constructed for the Royal Navy. When complete they will be Britain's biggest-ever warships and the FT’s graphic examines the scale of the project and the complex system whereby components are constructed all over the UK before being brought to Rosyth in Scotland for final assembly. Graphic by Ian Bott
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HMS Queen Elizabeth (pictured right) will be three times the size of HMS Illustrious (pictured left), our sole remaining carrier.
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