Descriptive and Interesting Facts of Flying Fish Bright Hub, see BBC, 20 May 2016, “Fishing for Leave Group Launches”; The Guardian, 1 June 2016, “Salt of their veins and fire in their bellies: fishermen fighting for Brexit”; The Sun, 17 April 2017, “British skippers want to see loathed fishing quotas scrapped post Brexit…”. In a poll carried out by Aberdeen University, 92% of fishermen meant to vote to depart the EU McAngus, 2016. However, a major function of the fight faced by the UK fleet was a made from the UK’s market based and poorly regulated quota distribution, rather than European Law in and of itself. Undoubtedly other elements corresponding to the distribution of TAC between member states have a role to play, but as far as the distribution of UK quota is involved, adding the wide possession of quota by international agencies, there’s a sense that the European Union establishments were being blamed for a problem that was “made in Britain. ” It was, in any case, the UK govt’s competence to allocate quota to fishing agencies, not the EU’s. However, Brexit, which for such a lot of areas of UK policy has created ample uncertainty, has resulted in the UK executive arising fundamental legislation during this area with its proposed Fisheries Bill HM Government, 2017.