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During PMQs the Teresa May once again reiterated that being a sovereign state means that we would "take back control" in response to a question from Martin Vickers MP for Cleethorpes. He was followed by Kate Hoey who asked the PM when would the fishermen of Northern Ireland would enjoy parity of access with fishermen from Ireland.
Bertie Armstrong continued: “We have been saying for two years that the only plausible way forward for the industry is for the UK to become an independent coastal state with the power to determine who catches what, where and when in our waters. It was this sovereignty that was so cruelly stripped from this country when we joined the EEC in 1973, betraying generations of fishermen and denying them the right to a fair living.
“There can be no link between access to our waters for EU vessels and the trade of seafood products in the EU – it contravenes all international norms and practice and is simply unacceptable in principle.
“The Prime Minister has made a series of commitments to the industry and anything less than the fulfilment of those means the Sea of Opportunity will not be realised and makes ‘no deal’ a more attractive option.”

All this on the back of this comment from Michel Barnier's office yesterday:

This piece from the BBC Word Service was a Brexit Withdrawal Agreement response from Peterhead in Scotland - Rob Young reports talks to Jimmy Buchan.

Senior Lecturer in Politics with a real interest in fishing Christopher Huggins has picked apart the relevant fishing text of the Agreement and added his thoughts: