Jersey fisherman have called for clarity over the regulations they will have to abide by after Brexit.
In the wake of a landslide Conservative majorityin the UK general election, the UK is set to leave the European Union on 31 January 2020.
However, some fishermen are still anxious that they may still be bound by EU regulations in the future.
Donald Thompson, President of Jersey Fishermen's Association, says that the outcome of the election will make good reading for his colleagues - but that Jersey needs to take control of its own fish stocks.
In its Brexit planning, Jersey's government acknowledged the potential that there will be more pressure on fish stocks in the area and said they would be monitoring the situation.
Senator Ian Gorst says the government 'shares the concern' of local fishermen and is already working with representatives from France to guarantee