A fisherman from Sussex, feared drowned, has been described as a hard-working and kind family man with a passion for fishing.
Father-of-four Mitch Ilie from Brighton is one of two men still missing after it's believed their boat was struck by a larger vessel off the coast of Shoreham on Sunday morning.
A third man survived, the body of a fourth has been recovered.
Today, friends of Mitch have been describing the tragic events of that night, as Malcolm Shaw reports.
A ruling could be made today to make the UK fishing system more equal to help small fisheries.
The court has backed the government's decision to redistribute unused fishing allowances to small inshore fishing boats.
Small-scale fishermen have access to only four per cent of the fishing quota despite making up three quarters of Britain's fleet.
Fisheries minister Richard Benyon's decision to shift unused fishing quota from one sector of the fleet to another in its first serious attempt to tackle the imbalance in the commercial fishing rights.
Angry fishermen say plans to make boat owners pay to keep their vessels on the beach are outrageous. But the council behind the proposed annual fee says it's part of its drive to make people pay for the facilities they use.
Fishermen Tony, Ben and Kevin Morris speak to Nashreen Issa.
Family and friends of the three fishermen who died when their boat sank off the coast of Weymouth have sailed to the wreck site. David McFarlane, 35, Jack Craig, 21, and Robert Prowse, 20, failed to return on May 17th. The body of Skipper, David McFarlane was found the following day.