Brexit creates a golden opportunity to regain 70% of the UK’s fisheries resources and rejuvenate a multi-billion pound industry for the nation – becoming as sustainable and successful as Norway, Iceland and Faroe.

Although June the 23rd was a great and historic day it was merely a signal of intent – Brexit must now mean Brexit.

As our purpose remains, we will continue to pursue our objectives undaunted and fight to ensure this golden opportunity of a brighter future is realised.

Did you know?

Over £1bn pounds of fish is caught by foreign boats in British waters.

Latest News

Secretary of State Visits FFL in North Shields

Fishing for Leave met Secretary of State Michael Gove again when he accepted the invitation to spend a full day in North Shields for a port visit and presentation on future sustainable management under a Days-at-Sea system. He visited a … Read More

Michael Gove’s comments are astonishing & disappointing.

Secretary of State Michael Gove’s comments to the Danish fishing industry are astonishing and disappointing. His comments indicate the government would allow the EU to retain the current shares of resources and access to UK waters given under the EU … Read More

Faroes Islands keep Days-at-Sea instead of Quotas

The Faroese Governments proposal to make relatively dramatic changes to the laws regulating fisheries in Faroe Islands will not go ahead. A proposal from the Government to adopt Quotas for the largest vessels in the Faroese fleet has been discussed … Read More

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