FISHING CRIME

BY KEITH NUTHALL
CRIMINALS dream of a world without police and although such a concept might seem science-fiction, it is actually easy to commit offences away from the eyes of law enforcement: just hire a boat. On the high seas, there is no-one watching, which is why fishing crime is so common and difficult to detect. Keith Nuthall explains.

A RATIONAL observer might assume that the European Union, in its ongoing review of its Common Fisheries Policy, might be preoccupied with the difficult matter of sharing out total allowable catch quotas and ...


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