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'Brexit carnage': UK fishing sector protests extra red tape outside EU

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British fishing communities were among the strongest supporters of Brexit. But now some are protesting against the extra red tape it has brought.

Added on the 18/01/2021 18:45:40 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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