UK sends navy patrol boats to Jersey in Brexit fishing row with France – BBC News

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    Two Royal Navy patrol vessels are being sent to Jersey by the UK government to monitor the situation after a row erupted with France over post-Brexit fishing rights.

    The French government has threatened to cut off power supplies to the Channel Island in a dispute over new a licensing system for French fishing vessels.

    Sophie Raworth presents BBC News at Ten reporting by Robert Hall in Jersey.

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