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Brexit / ‘Why is the fishing industry having to fight their own government for survival?’Questions emerge over the UK’s ability to police its own waters as Alistair Carmichael leads fishing debate in parliament
Brexit / MP calls on fishing industry to get in touch with concern over Brexit impactMeanwhile a new video clip, posted on Monday, shows fishing ground confrontation off Shetland
Brexit / High time to apply for settled status, Carmichael urges EU citizens
Brexit / Fisheries deal makes life ‘unnecessarily difficult” for local fishermen
Brexit / Frustration as yet another Brexit ‘teething’ issue emerges
Brexit / New support scheme unlikely to benefit fishing vessels
Brexit / Fish exports to Europe picking up againLast week’s chaos could have been avoided with better planning, local fish traders say
Brexit / Post-Brexit trade arrangements a ‘bureaucratic mess’ – Carmichael
Brexit / French border delays add to ‘perfect storm’ for local fish processing companyAdditional paperwork a massive burden to small companies
Brexit / ‘Huge disappointment’ as trade deal fails to restore sovereigntyFishing leaders vow to roll up their sleeves to get the best out of a bad deal
Brexit / Brexit poses profound challenges for health service
Brexit / Inevitable that promises to fishermen will be broken – Carmichael
Brexit / Council says environmental health officers are prepared for Brexit
Brexit / Routine assurances do nothing to allay fears, crofters say
Brexit / Commitments given over sheep farming after Brexit concerns raised in virtual meeting
Brexit / Fishing industry prepares for negotiating marathon ahead of Brexit
Brexit / Expectations high as UK and Faroe sign fisheries deal
Brexit / Prepare for a no deal Brexit, prime minister tells the countryBut isles MP Alistair Carmichael says people are “sick and tired” of a failing government
Brexit / Carmichael bids to make fishing safer by adding to MCA’s responsibilities
Brexit / Shetland worse hit by Brexit than most other UK areas – research suggests
Brexit / Local fishermen against Brexit transition period extension
Brexit / ‘Troubles caused by inequality at home were blamed on EU’Brexit up for discussion as Oxford University professor Danny Dorling heads north for talk
Brexit / Oxford academic to give talks on Brexit and inequality
Brexit / Concerns raised over the impact of immigration plansHospitality and social care could suffer
Brexit / Salmon industry to be hit by financial and bureaucratic burdenBut industry also confident that trade will continue after Brexit
Brexit / ‘Challenging times ahead’ as Britain leaves the EU‘The cell door has been thrown open but the prisoner has agreed to stay inside for a few months more…’ (Collins)
Brexit / Fishermen on high alert as EU trade talks loom
Brexit / Council on high alert for ‘no deal’ Brexit
Brexit / SIC puts Brexit preparation funding towards emergency planning
Brexit / Post Office outlines changes if ‘no deal’ goes ahead
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