Bar Council – Brexit Papers from Daniel Owen You might be interested in this initiative by the Bar Council: their ‘Brexit Papers’. A Third Edition was released today: http://www.barcouncil.org.uk/media-centre/publications/2017/2017/june/the-brexit-papers-third-edition/ I’ve written a paper for them on fisheries: it’s number 23 in the list. It takes into account the Queen’s Speech on Wednesday. I see that […]
The PDF of the Queen’s speech puts a very little flesh on the bones of the Government’s Brexit plans. No mention of the London Convention in the fisheries section (page 22). At least fisheries is not bodged in with Agriculture. No mention of Environment in the Great Repeal Bill section (page 17) nor […]
The economic arguments for a better allocation for creel fishermen with white fish and environmental benefits Creeling and trawling for Nephrops are not simply alternative methods of harvesting Nephrops in inshore waters. Economically, they are quite separate activities which deliver fundamentally different economic outcomes. What they have in common is that, in Scotland’s inshore waters, […]
Marine Policy Paper by Daniel Wood and colleagues. Click here to access.