‘Brexit carnage’: Scottish fishermen protest outside Westminster over export disruption
20 January 2021 | 11:00 am
Scottish fishermen's lorries gather in Parliament square in London to protest against Brexit export disruptions that are putting their industry in jeopardy. Allan Miller, a Scottish fisherman running a shellfish business, says they "knew there were going to be problems" following Brexit but "never did we foresee what we've got in front of us just now".
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