Quotas were treated as property rights to be bought and sold. In England, more than half the quota has ended up in foreign hands. Plus, Davies said, the distribution of the UK quota was decided in London, not Brussels. “Large-scale vessels get 95-96% of the quota. The government could take some of the quota away from the big companies, and give the smaller guys a bigger slice of the cake.” That would benefit the “left-behind coastal communities” that Boris Johnson has promised to help. “But the powerful voices in the industry are the big companies. The guy who’s a part-time fisherman in Cornwall is not in a position to put pressure on the government.” … [Read more...] about What’s the catch? British fishermen’s hopes and fears for Brexit deal
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Then, in 2005, the floodgates opened. Pelosi, interviewed on television, retracted his confession, saying that two brothers and another man had killed Pasolini, calling him a "queer" and "dirty communist" as they beat him to death. They frequented, he said, the Tiburtina branch of the MSI neo-fascist party. Three years later, Pelosi gave further names in an essay called "Deep Black", released by the radical publisher Chiarelettere, revealing connections to even more extreme fascist cells tied to the state secret services, saying he had not previously dared to speak, after threats to his family. … [Read more...] about Who really killed Pier Paolo Pasolini?
In the minds of Greene’s family and friends, there is no doubt that he was murdered because he was gay – probably, they say, by the man he decided to meet. But in the eyes of the law – or at least law enforcement – that man’s alleged sexual interest in Greene means this killing and others like it cannot be considered hate crimes. One human’s self-doubt can be the end of another’s life, and even with hate crimes on the rise across the US, that letter of our lethargic law means we’ll never know about violence we’re already not doing enough to prevent. … [Read more...] about Black, gay and shot dead in his own car: this is another Missouri killing we should talk about
Police said detectives asked for details of any of the victims, but was told that they would not be provided. “The third party declined to provide these, stating that the victims would contact police,” the force said. “No further contact was received and the matter was filed pending any new information coming to light.” … [Read more...] about Public school defends role in alleged cover up of abuse at Christian camps
The Italian, who is out of contract in the summer, could yet be joined on the coaching staff by his compatriot, Gianfranco Zola, on a short-term basis with Chelsea having opted against offering Rafael Benítez an 18-month contract to take up the reins. Instead, Di Matteo's involvement will now buy the Chelsea hierarchy time to identify a sixth permanent manager in five years, a process that will include exploring the possible availability of either Guardiola or Mourinho, who could both depart Spain in the summer. … [Read more...] about José Mourinho favourite to replace sacked André Villas-Boas at Chelsea