Brexit: Fishing industry was 'sacrificed' by government says Deas
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Britain tried to isolate France in a dispute over post-Brexit fishing licences, but the bloc stood united, junior European Affairs Minister Clement Beaune said on Friday, adding that France will ask the European Union to start litigation if the fishing issue is not resolved by a Friday deadline.
Accusing London of acting in bad faith and failing to honour the post-Brexit trade deal, Mr Beaune told France Ingo radio: “Boris Johnson told himself he could isolate the French. We have re-mobilised (the Euopeans) so that the deal is respected.”
Britain says it is respecting the post-Brexit arrangements.
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