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Westminster - fiddles while fishermen fume (2)

INERTIA in government circles means that fisheries policy on a number of key issues has stalled, according to the Executive Committee of the National Federation of Fishermen's Organisations (NFFO).

The Committee, which met recently in York, concluded that the forthcoming General Election meant that it was unlikely that progress would be made until the second half of this year.



A NEW competition has been launched to find Britain's best seafood restaurant.

The brainchild of Seafish and The Caterer magazine, the competition is open to all UK restaurants that serve fish and shellfish on their menus, and will seek out restaurants demonstrating both excellent examples of the cooking and serving of fish and shellfish, and evidence of fish and shellfish knowledge both front and back of house.


Quotas for 2015

The publication of the Commission’s proposals for TACs and quotas in 2015 opens a period of intense activity for the Federation, which will run right up to the December Council; which this year is held on 15th and 16th December.


MSY Threat to Small-Scale Fisheries

The drive to reach maximum sustainable yield by 2015, the centrepiece of the new CFP, poses a direct and immediate threat to the survival of those small-scale fisheries dependent on quota species. Although the media focus recently has tended to focus on the distribution quotas, these pale into insignificance against the scale of the TAC reductions for 2015 proposed by the European Commission. Some of these provide a direct threat to the very existence of some small-scale fisheries.


MMO to establish fisheries management panel

THE MMO is exploring a range of solutions for the fishing industry after the recent closures of key fisheries as a last resort measure.

This includes establishing a Have Your Say panel to get industry views on future fisheries management options.

This work is building on the quota surgeries already put in place, where the MMO regularly talks to fishermen at a local level to decide how regional fisheries will be managed.


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