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Professor Andrew Serdy speaks to the BBC

Published: 22 February 2019

Professor Andrew Serdy, Professor of Public International Law & Ocean Governance and Institute of Maritime Law Director, recently spoke to BBC Radio 4 programme Farming Today about what could be in store for the UK’s waters in the event of a No Deal Brexit.

This follows on from Andrew’s work as part of an IML project in 2017 which resulted in the report “The UK maritime sectors beyond Brexit”. You can read more about the project and find the report here

If you would like to listen to the programme please visit the BBC website, the fisheries part of the programme starts at 5.50 minutes. Andrew’s comments start at 9.30

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