The decision couldn’t have been made if the UK was still in the EU, and it was condemned by the National Federation of Fishermen's Organisations (NFFO).
There is no decision, it's just going out for consultation.
Definitely don't doubt Dawn - not if you value your life
We give £350m a week to the EU. Let's give it to Dido Harding instead.
The EU made a commitment in 2013 to bring CFP quotas in line with scientific advice by 2020 at the latest. Think about that; 7 years to simply ensure that quotas and catch of fish where within the recommended scientific limits for sustainability.
And they still failed, have reset the deadline to sometime after 2021.
But yes, quite right, I did put that naughty little s in the wrong place. Humble apologies for any confusion caused, post amended, now correctly referring to, as a man so well versed on the EU and CFP as you would know, the EU fishing fleets
As published on the EU website, facts and figures for the EU Fishing Fleet
And a more recent article from the EU, just 6 days old no less, using the same term
None of their problems should have been a surprise - vetinary certs have been a requirement for importing dairy products into the EU for years. Were not in the EU any more so not rocket science to work that bit out!
I'm still surprised daily by people getting indignant because they don't like being on the other end of legislation and think UK should be a special case.
The non-tariff barriers to trade will continue to be very damaging to our economy. Maybe we could one day have some sort of customs free agreement with the EU... oh yes, we didn't want that did we!