Graham Avery looks at the impact of the Brexit trade deal on fishing in the UK. “It offers the British fishing industry a significant increase in quotas over a five-year period, but little hope of further increases after that.”
Author: Graham Avery
Graham is an independent analyst. He has worked as a public servant in Whitehall and in Brussels, and for his services to European affairs he was made a Companion of the Order of St. Michael and St. George (CMG) by HM Queen Elizabeth in 2012. He is currently a visiting fellow at the European University Institute, Florence.
Ingleborough Hall at Clapham in the Yorkshire Dales was the family home of Reginald Farrer (1880–1920). Here he created the Craven Nursery, to which he sent back alpine plants from his expeditions in the mountains of Europe and Asia. At the age of 14, he had already published a note in the Journal of Botany […]
“We want free movement with the other Europeans!” That’s the message that Swiss voters sent to their politicians in a referendum a few days ago, when the idea of scrapping their agreement with the EU on free movement of persons was rejected by 62 percent. During the British debate on Brexit we heard a lot […]