Scotland's fishing industry worried about future post-Brexit

Many fishermen support Brexit in the interests of protecting their waters and stocks, but many in the fishing industry also want open borders to Europe.

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    Britain's parliament is set to debate remaining in the European Union's customs union after Brexit, increasing pressure on UK Prime Minister Theresa May's government.

    The vote is non-binding, but many MPs believe quitting the tariff-free zone could spell economic disaster.

    And that has got the fishing industry in Scotland worried.

    Al Jazeera's Laurence Lee reports.


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