The UK Government must give details on how Scotland’s forestry and fishing sectors will be funded post-Brexit, Rural Economy Secretary Fergus Ewing has said.
Scottish fishermen are “foot-stampingly frustrated” at the Scottish Government for not embracing Brexit and its potential benefits for the industry, MPs have been told.
European leaders should not seek “retribution on the UK” over post-Brexit fishing arrangements, an association of fisherman in Scotland has warned.
Fisheries Secretary Fergus Ewing has written to Michael Gove calling for changes to the UK Fisheries Bill.
The Prime Minister’s de facto deputy has insisted that any deal with the European Union over access to UK fishing waters will not be linked to a broader trade agreement.
European funding totalling almost £5 million will provide “vital” cash to the fishing and aquaculture sector at a time of “great uncertainty”, Rural Economy Minister Fergus Ewing has said.
THE worst salmon season in living memory has sparked fears that global warming and fish farms are emptying Scotland’s rivers.
The EU’s position on a new fisheries deal with the UK is “deeply troubling”, according to a Conservative MP who plans to vote against Theresa May’s deal.
Clampdown looms for salmon farms as Holyrood probe sparks ultimatum to protect fish and safeguard lochs
POLITICIANS are to demand an overhaul of regulations governing Scotland’s controversial salmon farming industry.
SALMOND with crippling spinal deformities linked to intensive farming have been caught on camera in new images.
Scallop war: Scots trawler one of several British ships involved in dangerous clashes with the French in the high seas
FRENCH fishermen have been accused of endangering the lives of British mariners after an extraordinary clash over scallops in the English Channel.