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That this House is aware that the UK's marine environment hosts an astonishing wealth of internationally important marine wildlife; acknowledges that the Marine and Coastal Access Bill currently passing through Parliament represents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to deliver long-awaited protection for the UK's coastal marine environment; and therefore believes it important that any nature conservation provisions contained in the Bill must contain an unambiguous duty to designate an ecologically-coherent network of such zones which will protect them from either extractive or otherwise damaging commercial activities, and must include actual prohibitions against sea life disturbance in such environments.
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after `wildlife;' insert, `notes that UK membership of the EU Common Fisheries Policy has led to the most intense period of destruction of marine life in UK waters;'.
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