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Daily Archives: February 26, 2019

No understanding Brexit could see Welsh sea food zone ‘disappear’ and tillage ‘decimated’, warns Minister

Crashing out of a EU though a understanding could decimate a Welsh tillage and fishing industries, a comparison Welsh Government cupboard apportion has warned. Rural affairs apportion Lesley Griffiths pronounced a country’s red beef and shellfish sectors will be quite exposed to a no-deal Brexit as both rest on the EU for 90% of their exports. As Welsh shellfish are …

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Angling for success: World Fishing Day hopes to get us hooked

Once an constituent partial of childhood, fishing is no longer casting a sorcery over today’s kids. But. discovers Caroline Lindsay, World Fishing Day skeleton to change all that and get them hooked It’s 1962 and, legs swinging over a corner of a pier, a quarrel of small boys lay fishing in Broughty Ferry harbour. With zero some-more on their minds …

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