On only one of the BBC’s web pages and down at the bottom:
With the UK no longer part of the European Common Fisheries Policy, it now deals directly with Norway – which is not an EU member state – on fishing matters. The two countries agreed last year to a post-Brexit system of co-operation, including annual negotiations on quotas and access to each other’s waters. But a deal for 2021 proved impossible, despite weeks of talks. UK Fisheries chief executive Jane Sandell complained that the UK government had failed “even to maintain the rights we have had to fish in Norwegian waters for decades”. She added: “In consequence, there will be no British-caught Arctic cod sold through chippies for our national dish. It will all be imported from the Norwegians, who will continue to sell their fish products to the UK tariff-free, while we are excluded from these waters. Quite simply, this is a disgrace and a national embarrassment.”
Will BBC Scotland’s Glenn Campbell be rushing off to speak to disgruntled fishermen again, as he did in 2019? Only after dark?