Brexit: Fears EU departure will have 'catastrophic' impact on Scottish fishing industry

  The Scotsman 

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Brexit could have a "catastrophic" impact on Scots fishermen, with the sector facing a £34 million a year bill to sell their catch to Europe after October 31.
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