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"Mr President, of course comrade Flanagan is exactly right, both about the problem and the possible solution – as the United Kingdom is about to demonstrate – which makes me wonder why we are pushing through plans for the revision of the CFP in the North Sea when the area covered by it territorially is about to shrink by around half. Of course, when the United Kingdom resumes control of its maritime resources out to 200 miles of the median line, we will want in a phased way –with the agreement of our European partners – to move to a system of national control. We should not behave precipitately, but we can at least take back control in the way that Norway, Iceland and other countries that have pursued successful conservation take for granted. You will find that, instead of being constantly bickering tenants, we will become good and responsible neighbours."@en1
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