Fishermen in the South West have given a cautious welcome to today's decision by MEPs to radically overhaul the Common Fisheries Policy.
It will mean an end to the practice of discarding dead fish and - it's hoped - a boost to fish stocks and the creation of more jobs in the industry.
Richard Lawrence reports:
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