It’s odd, my definition of ‘taking back control’ must be very different to that used in England. And that’s odd in itself because I was born there – though granted almost immediately fled the scene (or was abducted to this fine island), and have one side of my family being English from time immemorial (Birmingham, seeing as you asked – good place, great hard rock and metal from there and the Black Country).
British fishermen will face annual negotiations to secure their fishing rights in shared waters from 2020, while other EU countries may lose many of their current rights to fish in British waters, according to a government white paper on fishing after Brexit.
Sustainable Fisheries for Future Generations, published on Wednesday, provided the first glimpse into how the UK’s fishing industry will change after Brexit. Its premise, to be…
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