Jersey blockaded in French fishing dispute

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson has reiterated his “unequivocal support” for Jersey as talks to settle a fishing rights row seem to be defusing. Two Royal Navy ships sent to Jersey are being returned to port.

About 60 boats took part in the demonstration around the capital St Helier before departing during the afternoon.

Read more here: https://news.sky.com/story/jersey-government-has-constructive-meeting-with-french-fishermen-after-post-brexit-protest-12298665

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