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Fisherman says quotas given to locals are unfair

A Suffolk fisherman says fishing quotas are not being handed out fairly to local fishermen. An investigation by the environmental group Greenpeace, has found that more than two fifths of England's quota for the fish it can catch is held by foreign-controlled fishing businesses. They want the Government to give more quota to smaller scale fishermen.

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Fishermen say they need to be able to catch more fish for the industry to survive

Fishermen in Suffolk say they need to be able to catch more fish, if the industry is to survive.

They're backing calls by Greenpeace for more of the quota, which is allocated by Brussels, to be given to local fishermen.

An investigation by the campaign group suggest that much of the quota is held by a small number of foreign controlled fishing businesses.

Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Victoria Lampard.

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