April 25th, 2015
Episode 309 of 1641 episodes
In many traditional coastal fishing communities, the industry is facing collapse. Fishermen with smaller boats complain the current fish quotas are weighted heavily in favour of large corporations and they aren't allowed to catch enough to survive. All political parties accept the quota given to the 'inshore fishermen' needs to change. As part of our visits to 100 constituencies, Claire Marshall reports from the marginal seat of Hastings and Rye.
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