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Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee
The deadline was 27 November 2017. If you would like to send a submission please contact Committee staff.
Following the oral evidence received by the Committee on the subject of the future of UK Fisheries and the impact of Brexit, on Wednesday 15 November, the Committee wishes to examine in depth how potential changes to the fisheries and seafood trading arrangements between the UK and the EU will affect fishers, seafood processors, consumers, coastal communities and the environment.
Evidence given by Euan Beaton, President, Macduff Shellfish (Scotland) Ltd, Daniel Whittle, Managing Director, Whitby Seafoods, and Jimmy Buchan, Business Manager, Scottish Seafood Association; Andrew Kuyk CBE, Director General, UK Seafood Industry Alliance, and Mark Simmonds, Policy Manager, British Ports Association, and Martyn Boyers, Chief Executive, Grimsby Fish Dock Enterprises (at 10.30am).
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Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee explores main challenges and opportunities for UK fisheries