EU Super-Trawlers To Be Banned From Plundering Fish From British Waters

EU and UK agree catch limits. Image: Wikipedia

EU super-trawlers to be banned from plundering fish from British waters.

The vast vessels — often longer than a football pitch — use nets up to one-mile in length to catch hundreds of tons of fish every day. But they have been blamed for large numbers of dead dolphins and porpoises washed up on our shores.

Brits also complain they dominate the main fishing grounds, making it difficult for them to compete. The Government has already banned pulse trawling — another method favoured by European fishing fleets.

The campaign is being backed by former Brexit Party MEP Martin Daubney who is urging supporters to add their names to the growing calls to keep the huge fishing vessels away from the UK coast. If the online petition gets 100,000 signatures it will be considered for debate in the House of Commons.

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    • maragret Phillips

      08 January 2021 • 02:54

      you might be the goverment but you have got no right to give super trawlers the right to plunder our stated you would stop a member of the is wrong that you slipped this as everyone is thinking of the coved deaths.i am fully ashamed of your actions and i agree to vote aganst your actions.we left the e.u.and as a sovering nation this makes us look like more the people of the u.k. has had enough.

    • maragret Phillips

      08 January 2021 • 02:55

      i vote for this to be put before parliment.


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