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1 hour ago, 7by7 said:

Indeed. 

 

But instead of retraining their employees and converting their fleets to coastal fishing, the British owners simply made the men redundant and scrapped their boats.

 

Which meant that come 1983 and the Common Fisheries Policy, there were very few British boats fishing in British coastal waters. So as the quotas were based on historical catches, most went to the countries who had historically caught more in those waters than the tiny British coastal fleet had.

 

This was later made worse when the British government decided to make licences to fish transferable; i.e. saleable. Many British licence holders sold their licences to foreign owners. 

 

British fishermen were betrayed in the 1970s by the British government and British fleet owners.

 

Privatising the seas: how the UK turned fishing rights into a commodity gives the story in full.

Misfire there 49. The CFP existed when we joined. There was an immediate impact. 

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5 hours ago, bannork said:

The UK lost 3-0 to Iceland in the Cod Wars, not helped of course by Iceland threatening to leave NATO. 

 

 

not only that,

UK also thoroughly shamed herself through bullying just about the smallest nation on the planet

 

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On 7/29/2020 at 3:20 PM, melvinmelvin said:

 

yes, very long coast line, facing the Med and facing the Atlantic

 

the new person seem to think he is something special

will put effort into defeending the rights of French fishermen, what rights do they have in UK?

 

British fishermen export 75% of what they fish. They will have to eat it.

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23 hours ago, vogie said:

Kings prawn 2 to Kings prawn 3.

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12 hours ago, melvinmelvin said:

not only that,

UK also thoroughly shamed herself through bullying just about the smallest nation on the planet

 

Traditional habit ….

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12 minutes ago, david555 said:

Just received this email from U.K. based Financial service SKRILL (copy paste...)Seems they also are convinced a NO DEAL is the outcome ….. oh !! you lucky brexiteers always getting what you wished for … so now start that Barnier  statue as he helped you guy's a lot ….😂  to achieve this "no deal"as your wish  🤭

 

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Our services are currently provided to customers in the EEA through Skrill Limited, a UK Financial Conduct Authority authorised and regulated electronic money institution. In future, we will provide services to our customers in the EEA through a Paysafe Group company based in Ireland, Paysafe Payment Solutions Limited ("PPSL") (company number 626665). PPSL is authorised and regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland as an electronic money institution (register number C184986).

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Cant they just draw a line down the middle of the channel, the French fish their side and the English their side same goes for Netherlands, Ireland etc. or would that be too easy.

 

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9 hours ago, aixois said:

British fishermen export 75% of what they fish. They will have to eat it.

Nah ….!  they could create a new version of Marmite with it …. 😂

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30 minutes ago, Bannoi said:

Cant they just draw a line down the middle of the channel, the French fish their side and the English their side same goes for Netherlands, Ireland etc. or would that be too easy.

 

It's there already but apparently not good enough for the French and Dutch (and Spanish). 

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1 hour ago, Bannoi said:

Cant they just draw a line down the middle of the channel, the French fish their side and the English their side same goes for Netherlands, Ireland etc. or would that be too easy.

 

They won’t keep their illegal immigrants on their side of it. Do you honestly expect they would even try to keep their own fish thieves on their side?

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2 hours ago, Loiner said:

They won’t keep their illegal immigrants on their side of it. 

 If what you say is true; explain how come those that make it to the UK are a tiny fraction of those camped out in the Pas de Calais.

 

2 hours ago, Loiner said:

Do you honestly expect they would even try to keep their own fish thieves on their side?

What about the British who fish in French waters, like the scallop fishermen I linked to earlier; are they "fish thieves" too?

 

British who continued to fish while the French were banned by the French government from doing so in order to preserve stocks for the future!

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