Legislation aimed at reforming management of the fish farming and wild fisheries sectors is expected to be backed in principle by MSPs today (28th February).
The debate, taking place in Holyrood, will focus on the Aquaculture and Fisheries Bill, which has been brought forward by the Scottish Government.
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