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Jersey hits back at ‘disproportionate' French threat to cut electricity

1 month ago   |   By The Guardian

Paris threatens to take retaliatory measures in row over post-Brexit licences for French fishing boats Jersey has accused France of making “disproportionate” threats after Paris warned it could cut off electricity to the island in a row over post-Brexit fishing rights. The maritime minister, Annick Girardin, warned on Tuesday France was ready to take “retaliatory measures” after accusing the Channel Island of dragging its feet over issuing new licences to French boats.
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Jersey hits back at 'disproportionate' France electricity threats in fishing licence row

Jersey hits back at 'disproportionate' France electricity threats in fishing licence row

1 month ago   |   By Daily Express

JERSEY has accused France of making "disproportionate" threats after Paris warned it could cut off electricity to the island in a row over post-Brexit fishing rights.
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Jersey hits back at ‘disproportionate' French threat to cut electricity

1 month ago   |   By Evening Standard

Paris has warned it could cut power supply to the island in a row over post-Brexit fishing rights.
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