Fishing dispute: Great Britain relents

In the ongoing fishing dispute with France, the UK gave in on Saturday and issued additional fishing licenses for EU vessels. According to the EU Commission, 18 licenses were issued for fishing in British waters and five licenses for EU vessels to access Jersey waters. France confirmed that this meant 93 percent of its license requests had now been secured. A further seven licenses are due to be released through technical consultations on Monday.

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