Welsh first minister with fresh offer of ‘substantial investment’ Plans for a £1.3bn tidal power lagoon in Swansea could still be backed by ministers despite government indecision on whether to support it, according to the author of an independent review on the project. Charles Hendry, a Conservative politician and former energy minister, enthusiastically supported the […]

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Two articles from the Guardian: 1. ’The EU will resist any renegotiation of fishing quotas in the seas around the UK for the proposed two-year transition period after Brexit, the Guardian has learned. Brussels diplomats are agreed that Britain should effectively remain governed by the EU’s common fisheries policy during the transition but should not […]

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This is a Governance shambles where a derogation has been applied to 100+ Dutch vessels against EU policies banning such practice. This CFP’s version of ‘scientific whaling’. EIA for fisheries are needed before major technology changes are subsidised. European Vote prompts this flurry of interest Electric pulse fishing: The Commission has warmed to electric pulse […]

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