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Yorkshire fishermen protest mass shellfish deaths

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Yorkshire fishermen protest mass shellfish deaths

Yorkshire fishermen protest mass shellfish deaths

Fishermen from Yorkshire and much of the North East gather in their vessels off the coast of Teeside to protest the mass death of lobsters and crabs which they say is destroying their industry.

The government have said algae is to blame, but the protesters want proof it has not been caused by recent dredging in the North Sea.

Report by Edwardst.

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