Paris talks fail to finalise deal to end English Channel scallop wars By: Clare Fischer, Marine Conservation Society Date posted: 8 September 2018 ‘British and French fishermen have failed to finalise a deal to end the scallop wars in the English Channel. Industry leaders were unable to agree a compensation package during negotiations in Paris on Friday, […]

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I missed this when it was published in April but Polly Toynbee concisely gets to the very heart of the issue of fisheries – ownership and quota allocation – and Brexit exposing another of the Brexiteers lies. Propaganda delivered the Brexit vote but it can’t land more fish – Polly Toynbee British skippers weren’t denied […]

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17 July 2018 The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee holds the final session of its inquiry into Fisheries. The Committee will ask how potential changes to the fisheries and seafood trading arrangements between the UK and the EU will affect fishers, seafood processors, consumers, coastal communities and the environment. Watch Parliament TV: Fisheries Inquiry: […]

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