Scallops: ‘Lack of progress’ in Cardigan Bay fishing rules

In 2016, the Welsh Government said a more flexible area around Cardigan Bay would be introduced. It said Brexit had slowed work, but expected to make “significant progress” this year.

Environmentalists said any increase had to be done with minimal impact. But fishermen said an opportunity to make a decent living was being missed. Father and son Robbie and John Gorman own a scallop trawler called the Joanna, moored in Aberystwyth harbour.

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