Sat, 07 Jul 2012 6:07p.m.
The Government is investigating the use of CCTV cameras on deep-sea fishing vessels to help prevent fish dumping and abuse of crew.
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7/07/2012 8:00:34 p.m.
This article isnt entirly accurate. Dumping in the north sea isnt illegal but is compulsary under EU law. If you catch more of a species than you are allowed by EU law it must be returned to the sea dead or alive, a disgraceful practice forced on fishermen by ignorant burecrats, then when the public found out from whistle blowing fishers as usual the burecrats tried to blame the fishers.
The reason Cod fishers in the north sea have put on CTV cameras is to try and prove that they arnt catching the quantities of cod they are accused of to try and stop Dead beat politicians that have no idea from cutting there Cod allocations to satisfy a mislead public.
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