The owners of some of the west country's smaller fishing boats are celebrating tonight after a High Court victory over the size of their catch. A judge has rejected a challenge by larger operators over the way quotas are allocated.
It paves the way for Ministers to give a larger share to boats under 10 m in length - though the battle could yet go to the Court of Appeal, as Bob Constantine reports.
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