Fishing dispute: France postpones sanctions

In the dispute over fishing rights, French President Emmanuel Macron said on Monday he would postpone planned sanctions against Britain to allow negotiators on both sides to work on new proposals to defuse the situation. The talks, which resumed on Monday afternoon, must continue, Macron said on the sidelines of the world climate conference in Glasgow.

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