The fishing boat skipper at the centre of an anti-oil exploration protest off the East Coast will be allowed to take his case to the Court of Appeal.
The fishing boat skipper in an anti-oil exploration protest off the East Coast will have to go back to court, following a High Court ruling.
Questions have been raised in court about whether a protesting fishing boat crossed the path of an oil exploration ship off the East Coast after police arrested its skipper and took over the wheel.
The skipper of a protesting fishing boat repeatedly ignored police warnings he was too close to an oil exploration ship off the East Coast and gave them the finger, a court has been told.
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