French minister Beaune: Still need a few dozen post-Brexit fishing licences • FRANCE 24 English

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The EU had set London a December 10 deadline to grant licences to dozens of French fishing boats under a Brexit deal signed last year, with Paris threatening European legal action if no breakthrough emerged. Britain has granted another 23 licences to French fishermen, a day after the deadline set by Paris. But France still wants a few dozen post-Brexit fishing licences to be granted by Britain.

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