Originally Posted by Donkeyman
Well if you don't mind me putting my 'apporth'in Takahashi ?
The fishing arrangements leave a lot to be desired imo ??
And any potential benefits to us,run a high risk of being lost in the
mists of time ??
I agree. The fishing industry has not got what it wanted from Brexit and, hopefully, that is something that can be fixed in the fullness of time. But what was agreed over fishing is only part of the whole agreement.
One thing is certain and that is that tweaks will continually have to be made to ensure the future arrangement will run smoothly. Take the NI Protocol for example; if Unionists kick off big time over this then changes will have to be made. Frost is currently in talks about this particular problem. Unfortunately, the EU are determined to demonstrate Brexit will not work. They are being extremely petty over certain aspects like obstructing the flow of goods where forms have been completed using different colour ink. Childish or what?
I don't much like what happened to the fishing industry and neither do I care for a border down the Irish Sea. Having said that, I am happy we are out of the SM/CU and free of any influence of the ECJ.
I responded to Numbers because I was interested to know why he said UK got a bad deal. Maybe he knows something we don't?