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Where's the catch in the Brexit fishing talks?

7 monthes ago   |   By The Guardian

As the UK and EU resume negotiations over quotas, many snags remain to be unpicked European Union and British negotiators will face each other screen-to-screen as the latest round of Brexit talks get under way on Tuesday. During this four-day round, the most time has been allocated to one of the toughest issues: fishing rights.
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