With the EU referendum just weeks away, some of us are still deciding whether to vote in or out. And nowhere is the debate more impassioned than in the fishing industry.
Many inshore fisherman say quotas imposed by Brussels have destroyed their livelihoods.
Others say the limits on what can be caught have been vital to protect dwindling fish stocks.
Malcolm Shaw reports now from Hastings, where fishing has been a way of life for over 1000 years.
Hastings Pier has been officially reopened - six years after a devastating fire. Over ninety thousand people have visited the restored pier over the last month. But today's official gala - ahead of tonight's concert by Madness - shows Hastings Pier is back in business. Charlotte Wilkins has been speaking to Beatrice Rapley, Learning and Education Manager; Simon Opie, Chief Executive of Hastings Pier Charity and Sid Saunders, a resident of Hastings.
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Labour has kept control of Hastings Council. Tom Savvides talks to the Labour leader of the council Peter Chowney and Liam Atkins, the Conservative group leader.
Seventeen seats were up for election (half the council).
Results: Labour 14, Conservatives 3.
Turnout was 35.7%
Labour holds Hastings, with no change in the allocation of seats.
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