BELGIUM/FRANCE/UK: Fishermen protest against reduced quotas
French and British fishermen are protesting against the EU’s plans to drastically reduce fishing off European coasts in an aim to replenish dwindling fish stocks. Around 200 boats were expected to arrive at the mouth of the River Tyne to take part in a protest against the planned reduction in cod fishing in the North Sea, although poor weather has meant that less than 100 boats have turned out to protest.
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