Concerns raised over discard ban

Improved selectivity brings major benefits for fish stocks, birds and mammals. Credit: NOAA

Researchers from the University of Strathclyde have published a report that says new rules banning fishermen from throwing away unwanted fish they have caught could harm wildlife and fail to improve fish stocks.

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