Very well known Exeweb poster
- Jun 19, 2005
- Hampshire. Heart's in N Devon
That's why I've said there will probably be a compromise so both sides don't lose face but neither side will really win.I'm almost certain that foreign vessels will be given limited quotas but Macron wants to sail into our sovereign waters totally unhindered. DB, it's seems to be a case of heads you win, tails I lose as everyone's favourite go-to is the Graun (there'll be another link along in a minute) while the qaulity right-of-centre press like the Times, Telegraph and the Spectator's paywalls leave me high and dry. This leaves the Daily Fail and it's "remainer" editor Geordie Greig ("following Lord Rothermere's orders" he says) or the Sun which sadly seems to run stories on the death/murder of children or boring showbusiness news. So, I'm left to looking to where I can find anything of use. This was pretty good at the time... https://order-order.com/2020/07/27/bbc-finally-admits-panorama-did-breach-standards/
Arthur was partially right about British quotas being landed on European shores, but much of that is down to poor government help in the early 60's when many trawlers were denied their usual fishing areas when Iceland successfully brought about the 12 mile limit. Here's other links that's worth a dekko..
BREXIT negotiations have been underpinned by the fact the European Union has demanded access to the UK's fishing waters.www.express.co.uk