EU fishers still hopeful of compromise on UK fishing rights

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    Denmark hopes the EU can reach a last-minute compromise on fishing in UK waters, as the prospect of a no-deal Brexit scenario looms large. Kenn Skau Fischer, CEO of the Danish Fishers Organisation, says nearly one-third of the country’s catch by value currently comes from UK waters.

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