9 February 2020
The EU is insisting that EU boats continue to have untrammelled access to British waters. The idea makes no sense for Britain.
23 January 2020
Fishing for Leave has set out the perfect strategy for dealing with the EU’s “self-entitled and belligerent demand to continue its fleet’s unhindered exploitation of British waters”.
19 November 2019
The campaign group Fishing for Leave has issued a new press release about the effect of the proposed “deal” for leaving the EU on UK fishing, and the benefits of a clean break.
30 October 2018
Fishing for Leave has published a plan to make the most of Brexit, but it against letting the EU keep control over our fishing.
7 June 2018
The EU is enforcing a discard ban during the proposed Brexit transition period that could bankrupt most of the UK fishing fleet.
10 April 2018
Fishermen brought about 200 boats to six ports around the Britain on Sunday in mass demonstrations against the “transition” arrangements allowing the EU to control British waters until 2020. Crowds gathered on the shores to join the protest.
28 March 2018
Fishermen reacted with fury to the government’s acceptance that the EU’s Common Fisheries Policy will continue to apply until December 2020.
21 March 2017
With control of our fisheries an acid test of Brexit, workers within the industry have launched a petition calling for control over British fishing waters.
6 February 2017
Fishing communities around Britain are looking for guarantees that their industry will not lose out again after Brexit.
CPBML Public Meeting, Thursday 2 February, 7.30pm
Brockway Room, Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL
Hard hit by the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy, British agriculture now has a chance with Brexit to be what it should be: a plentiful source of healthy food – and of better employment too. Come and discuss. All welcome.
15 June 2016
Tower Bridge opened up this morning for over 50 vessels from the fishing industry as they sailed the Thames to Parliament to voice their demand to leave the European Union.