Why Britain and France can’t stop fighting about fish

It suits both Boris Johnson and Emmanuel Macron for the post-Brexit row to continue

LONDON — Britain and France are barking at each other over fish again.

  • Cristina Gallardo
  • Politico

But why?

And who is right?

Fish is a tiny contributor to both countries’ national incomes — 0.06 percent of France’s economy and 0.1 percent of the U.K.’s. — but could nonetheless trigger a trade war and poison the U.K.’s relationship with its closest neighbors.

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