In today's blog we look at inaccurate coverage of Natural England’s gull licence being trialled in Bath and Worcester.
In today’s blog, we look at reaching an agreement on catch levels for 2021 with the EU.
In today's blog we look at the government's marine commitments as the UK advances its role as a global leader in marine protection.
In today's blog we look at media coverage of an agreement being reached on fisheries arrangements for 2021.
The Environment Secretary George Eustice today met Joanna Lumley to discuss ways in which they can work together to reduce the impact that clearing unexploded bombs can have on marine mammals. Joanna Lumley is a supporter of the StopSeaBlasts campaign …
The UK government is committed to protecting the marine environment, domestically and internationally. This ambition for healthy seas is set out in our 25 year Environment Plan.
In today's blog, we look at coverage following yesterday’s conclusion of fisheries negotiations with Norway.
In today's blog we look at recent media coverage of the frequency of at sea inspections of fishing vessels since the end of the transition period.
A vessel manned by Greenpeace has dropped a number of boulders in the UK’s exclusive economic zone. The activity is being investigated by the Marine Management Organisation.
In today's blog we look at Environment Secretary George Eustice's letter to the EU commissioner for Health and Food Safety, Stella Kyriakides, regarding the EU’s change in position on the export of live bivalve molluscs (oysters, mussels, clams, cockles and scallops).