Germany’s fleet pulls up around half its catch from British waters in the western reaches of the North Sea. That’s allowed under EU regulations. But what will happen post-Brexit?
It's not over until the fat lady sings, but for many emerging bands in the British music industry, a no-deal Brexit could be a career-ending moment, Rob Mudge reports.
It's back to the civil war for Prime Minister Theresa May, after dancing for the UK on the global stage. Meanwhile, Chequers is as "dead as a dodo" as Brexit talks drag on.
Brexit prompted Gary Blackburn to open "Little Britain," a whimsical exhibition of Britannia high above the Rhine. It was to be a place where Germans and Britons could come together. The local council wants it gone.
Campaigners say EU politicians under pressure from industry routinely agree to unsustainable fishing quotas, against scientific advice. But fishermen warn big cuts to fish quotas will put thousands of jobs at risk.
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