Dutch fishermen worried about losing access to British waters

Dutch fishermen fear they could be hit hard by Brexit.

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    Dutch fishermen fear they could be hit hard by Brexit.

    The British government's decision to pull out of a Fisheries Convention is seen as a possible first step to closing more British waters to non-UK fishing boats.

    For Dutch fishermen that could mean losing half their catch.

    Al Jazeera's Fleur Launspach reports from the fishing town of Ijmuiden, in the Netherlands.


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