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PM: Brexit deal will be very beneficial to fishing industry

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PM: Brexit deal will be very beneficial to fishing industry

PM: Brexit deal will be very beneficial to fishing industry

Boris Johnson has said his Brexit trade deal will be “very beneficial” in themedium to long term for fishermen but admitted that initial problems were“inevitable”.

The Prime Minister, during his visit to Scotland on Thursday,said he would be happy to meet with the fishing sector to “explain why I thinkwe’ve done the right thing with Brexit”.


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