France-UK relations: Fishermen fear post-Brexit losses

Fishermen in Britain and France are closely watching the meeting between their nations' leaders, as the two countries attempt to hammer out post-Brexit economic arrangements that will directly affect their livelihoods.

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    Brexit will figure prominently when British Prime Minister Theresa May meets French President Emmanuel Macron in London later on Thursday.

    Fishermen on both sides of the English Channel are worried about their livelihoods, once the UK leaves the European Union.

    Natacha Butler reports from Boulogne-Sur-Mer at France's northern coast.


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