French fishermen end six-hour protest over Jersey fishing row

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Two Royal Navy boats are preparing to return to port after French fishermen ended their six-hour protest off the coast of Jersey over new post Brexit rules on fishing rights.

Dozens of French boats had descended on St Helier harbour before dawn, only pulling back after talks with Jersey officials. The UK government said they supported Jersey’s right to regulate fisheries in their waters.

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