Extra quota should go where it’s needed
The NFFO advises that extra quota should go where it’s needed, not to a lucky few

Extra quota should go where it’s needed

The NFFO argues that additional quota secured by the UK under the terms of the agreement with the EU should be used primarily to address cases where acute quota shortages…

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Betrayal all round
Both EU and UK fishing organisations see current proposals as a betrayal

Betrayal all round

Four and a half years on, and it seems that an agreement between the EU and the UK on fisheries is as far off now as at any time since…

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Federations tell UK government to keep its promises
The SFF and NFFO have told a cross-party gathering of politicians that the UK government must stick to its promises. Image: SFF

Federations tell UK government to keep its promises

During talks with senior UK politicians, the Scottish Fishermen’s Federation and the National Federation of Fishermen’s Organisations have urged them to hold firm on the commitments made to fishermen and…

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Deal or No Deal?

In a commentary on the current state of negotiations between the European Union and the UK, a spokesman for the National Federation of Fishermen’s Organisations, representing much of the English…

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Fishermen’s Mission – hardship hotline
The Fishermen’s Mission will operate a one-stop-shop for all matters relating to welfare and the wellbeing of both active and retired fishermen and their families

Fishermen’s Mission – hardship hotline

It’s no secret that the UK fishing industry has been hit hard by the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, with the fallout affecting businesses and crews. Now the Fishermen’s Mission…

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