Local inshore fishermen are celebrating after winning a High Court battle to give a greater share of fishing quotas to smaller boats.
Currently around 95 per cent of Britain's fishing rights are in the hands of big vessel owners.
Campaigners say today's ruling is a victory for the little man and will help a struggling industry. But opponents argue the reallocation could cause problems.
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