Brexit delay: Will delaying Brexit JEOPARDISE UK fisheries?

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THERESA May’s Withdrawal Agreement will be voted on in the Commons by MPs for a third time, but if it is rejected there will be a delay on the UK leaving the EU. But will delaying Brexit jeopardise UK fisheries?
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