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Old 14.12.2020, 16:07
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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Surely the answer is increased % share for the UK (and increasing over time), but some for the EU still so everyone can claim a victory. Nobody cares about the actual economics of the matter.

Alternatively, the UK could pay foreign fishermen off.

Whatever the result - both the UK and EU are far too serious to let something like fish get in the way of a mutually beneficial arrangement.
I think the phased approach is best, in the beginning the UK hasn't the infrastructure to benefit from the re-found fish wealth, whilst at the same time, one day will need to have a market for all that fish!
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