Pictured: European trawler dumps 100,000 fish in the Atlantic

The French arm of the campaign group Sea Shepherd first published images of the spill, showing the ocean’s surface covered by a dense, layer of blue whiting – a sub-species of cod used to mass-produce fish fingers, fish oil and... Read more

Brown crabs are in a pinch as Norway king crabs take over British waters – and soon our dinner tables

The humble brown crab has graced British dinner tables for centuries. But the native delicacy could be about to be muscled out by a new arrival on menus. The Norway king crab has never been caught in significant numbers in... Read more

Emmanuel Macron calls on the EU to be ‘tough’ on the UK

The UK’s negotiator Liz Truss, who will meet Mr Sefcovic in Brussels next week, told him last week that the UK and EU should rebuild their relationship to tackle the challenges the West are facing. The Northern Ireland Protocol created... Read more

Jeremy Wade: ‘I self-published a book and lost my life savings’

Jeremy Wade is a television presenter and author, whose worldwide hit TV series River Monsters ran for nine seasons. Other shows include Mysteries of the Deep and Jeremy Wade’s Dark Waters. Jeremy, 65, is single and lives in Somerset. How... Read more

French fishermen plan to ruin Christmas for millions of Britons with blockade

French trawlermen are drawing up plans to ruin Christmas for millions of Britons by blockading Calais and other key ports in response to the resolution of the post-Brexit dispute over fishing licences. Industry sources told the Telegraph on Sunday that... Read more

Emmanuel Macron wants a fishing licence to commit environmental vandalism

Industrial trawling of inshore coastal waters – the richest marine habitats – does not even have an economic rationale beyond quick profit for those who pillage first. The net economic return is negative for global fishermen as a whole. As... Read more

Brexit fishing talks breakthrough as UK grants licences to French vessels

French fishermen were handed a further 23 licences to operate in British and Jersey waters in an attempt to ease tensions in the post-Brexit fish wars. Negotiators missed the French-imposed deadline of midnight on Friday for solving the cross-Channel dispute,... Read more

Hope for end to Brexit fishing wars as UK expected to offer France olive branch

Some skippers who have fished UK waters over that period have been denied licences because they now own new boats. These historical frights could be transferred to the replacement vessels under the potential agreement. A government spokesman said: “Our approach... Read more

Hope for end to Brexit fishing wars as UK expected to offer olive branch to France

Some skippers who have fished UK waters over that period have been denied licences because they now own new boats. These historical frights could be transferred to the replacement vessels under the potential agreement. A UK Government spokesperson said: “Our... Read more

French fishermen blockade Channel Tunnel and Calais port over licence row

The fishermen’s union said the main aim was to disrupt ferry services and freight transporters in French waters, and not British fishermen. Olivier Leprêtre, head of the Hauts-de-France fishing council, said: “Britain wants to get access to the European market?... Read more

French fishermen planning to blockade cross-Channel trade in Brexit dispute

French trawlermen are drawing up plans to blockade cross-Channel trade in an escalation in the dispute over post-Brexit fishing licences. In an effort to secure more permits to operate in UK waters, union bosses are expected to announce a campaign... Read more