Fisheries UK Report

The Common Fisheries Policy UK fisheries are managed under the EU’s Common Fisheries Policy (CFP). This provides for: – Shared access for EU vessels to all Member States’ waters, meaning other Member State vessels have access to UK waters and UK vessels have access to other Member State waters; – Total Allowable Catch (TAC) and quota […]

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Fisheries UK No Deal

Fisheries Following Brexit, the UK will no longer be part of the EU Commons Fisheries Policy (CFP). It will become an independent coastal state and will be fully responsible for managing fisheries in the UK’s Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) of 200 miles. This will include setting total allowable catches (TACs), distributing quotas and determining who […]

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Agri-Food and Fisheries

December 2018 Agri-Food and Fisheries A key priority in this area is to minimise disruption to Irish exports and  imports to and from the UK and to ensure the current ease of access to the Single Market is maintained. As part of the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine’s contingency  planning, it continues to […]

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Agriculture and Fisheries (UK White Paper)

Agriculture, food and fisheries products There is extensive trade between the UK and the EU in agriculture (food, feed, and drink) products and the EU is the UK’s single largest trade partner.7 70 percent of UK agri-food imports came from the EU in 2017. Food and drink manufacturing is the UK’s largest manufacturing sector, contributing […]

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Fisheries

Context When the UK joined the European Economic Community (EEC) in 1973 it was agreed that the Member States would have exclusive national fishing rights to 12 nautical miles, unless other Member State could prove historic fishing activity between 6 to 12 miles. This changed when it was agreed under international law that countries had […]

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Commercial Fishing UK No Deal Notes

Purpose This notice sets out how the commercial fishing industry (the commercial catching of fish, as well as the marketing of fish and seafood) would be affected if the UK leaves the EU without a deal in March 2019. Before 29 March 2019 (may also apply to new exit date on 31 December 2020) The commercial catching of fish and marketing of fish and seafood, including […]

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UK Commons Committee NI Fisheries

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UK Commons Committee Fisheries

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Importing Fishery Products [UK]

Importing fishery products or bivalve molluscs Guidance on safely importing fishery products or bivalve molluscs into the UK from non-EU countries, controls at point of entry and information on identification marking. Last updated 14 December 2017 Share There are strict rules for the commercial import from outside the European Union (EU) of fishery products, bivalve molluscs […]

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Irish Fisheries Traders Notes

General fisheries issues and requirements for the importation of fishery products, including wild caught and farmed fish, from the UK post-Brexit If no Withdrawal Agreement is in place, the Common Fisheries Policy will cease to apply to the UK Exclusive Economic Zone. Fisheries stakeholders will be affected in the following ways: 1. Access to Fishing […]

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Fisheries Sector

The fisheries sector and preparing for EU Exit If the UK leaves the EU on 29 March without a deal, there may be changes that affect your fisheries business. Published 1 March 2019 Last updated 12 March 2019 — see all updates From: Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs Contents Access to waters Quota allocations […]

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Importing / Exporting Fish

Exporting and importing fish if there’s no Brexit deal Prepare for rules and processes for exporting and importing wild-caught marine fish if the UK leaves the EU with no deal. Published 4 February 2019 Last updated 7 March 2019 — see all updates From: Marine Management Organisation and Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs Contents Exporting fish […]

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Exporting/ Importing Fish Guidance

Exporting and importing fish if there’s no Brexit deal Prepare for rules and processes for exporting and importing wild-caught marine fish if the UK leaves the EU with no deal. Published 4 February 2019 Last updated 5 March 2019 — see all updates From: Marine Management Organisation and Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs […]

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Fishing and Seafood Marketing Guidance

Fishing and marketing of seafood if there’s no Brexit deal What the fishing, seafood and aquaculture industries need to do to prepare for rules and processes that will apply if the UK leaves the EU with no deal. Published 10 January 2019 From: Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs Contents Rules for access to […]

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White Paper on Fisheries

Sustainable fisheries for future generations: consultation document Updated 25 October 2018 Contents Foreword Executive summary 1. Setting our course 2. Pursuing sustainable management 3. Resourcing the new approach 4. Partnership working 5. Next steps Annexes   © Crown copyright 2018 This publication is licensed under the terms of the Open Government Licence v3.0 except where […]

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EU Withdrawal Note Fisheries & Aquaculture

Brussels, 9 April 2018 NOTICE TO STAKEHOLDERS FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE The United Kingdom submitted on 29 March 2017 the notification of its intention to withdraw from the Union pursuant to Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union. This means that, unless a ratified withdrawal agreement1 establishes another date, all Union primary and secondary law […]

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Bass Fishing 2021 UK Guidance

Statutory guidance Bass fishing guidance 2020 1. Recreational bass fishing Recreational fisheries, including from shore, in ICES divisions 4b, 4c, 6a, 7a to 7k are limited to catch-and-release only during 01 January to 29 February and 1 December to 31 December 2020. From 1 March to 30 November 2020, not more than two seabass may be […]

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