France accuses UK of violating Brexit fishing deal | DW News

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The UK and the European Union wrangled for months over a deal that was supposed to regulate their post-Brexit trade relationship. But almost a year after it went into force, the squabbling continues. French fishermen say London’s not honoring its side of the bargain by refusing to grant access to its waters – and now Paris is threatening to take action.

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