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Tweets give boost to seafood options

Tweets give boost to seafood options

Posted on 01/04/15 in News

Drive by fishermen to celebrate the variety of UK seafood and to get diners to move away from menu mainstays of cod, haddock and salmon generates huge response.

Suspicions of illegal fishing in Atlantic go unresolved

Suspicions of illegal fishing in Atlantic go unresolved

Posted on 29/12/14 in News

​Astronomers have guided a probe 4 billion miles to land on a comet but fishing managers are still unable to say if illegal fishing is taking place just a few hundred miles out to sea even when vessels are tracked electronically.

Campaign groups dismayed by quota deal but fishermen relieved

Campaign groups dismayed by quota deal but fishermen relieved

Posted on 22/12/14 in News

Ministers left the Fisheries Council in Brussels claiming that they had successfully balanced the needs of fishermen and fish stocks. Fishermen agreed but the new quotas have been condemned by environmental groups such as a repeat of old “bad habits”.

Quota rises

Quota rises "threaten bluefin recovery"

Posted on 26/11/14 in News

​Conservationists have given a mixed response to an increase in quotas for Atlantic bluefin tuna and were dismayed at what they see at continued failure to protect vulnerable sharks and swordfish.

Europe accused of breaching spirit of fisheries reforms

Europe accused of breaching spirit of fisheries reforms

Posted on 11/11/14 in News

Ministers at the European Union’s Council of Fisheries agreed to set total allowable catches (TACs) for more than half the deep sea fisheries in defiance of recommendations from the European Commission, which based its guidance on scientific advice.