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Fishing

Ministers have a golden opportunity to save our beleaguered coastal communities. They must seize it

The return of bluefin tuna to British waters mean a managed, recreational fishing industry could thrive, if given the chance.

The ‘scallop wars’ show why we’re right to part company with the bully boys of Brussels

Fishing may no longer appear to be a significant industry as far as jobs or income go, but be in no doubt the British people care about it.

Our fishermen are being sold down the river by this Remainer-rife Government

With a government dominated by Remainers, for whom Brexit is simply about going through the motions, having to make concessions over…

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