David Frost, the UK trade negotiator, is pushing ahead with his instructions from Boris Johnson in becoming an independent coastal nation once again. This comes as the EU pushes forward with the narrative of fear, using the fear of disruption as their way to crowbar unfettered access into UK sovereign fishing waters, keeping the status quo on access and quotas.
Mr Frost rejects the idea of keeping to the status quo, our stance on fisheries as a coastal nation, is sticking to the principle of “Zonal attachment “, based on where fish are found, rather than “historical patterns” as used by the EU, in their common fisheries policy.
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