UK Fisheries, the company that owns a supertrawler caught up in the fiasco, hit out at the Government's latest failure. Hundreds of crewmen are out of work as the Kirkella remains tied up in Hull because it is no longer allowed to fish in Norwegian waters. The failure to reach a deal means fish and chip shops will be selling Arctic cod imported from Norway rather than landed in Britain, the firm said.
Hull East MP Karl Turner fumed against the collapsed talks.
He told the Independent it was “absolutely disgusting” to have to watch the fishing vessel, which normally catches around 10 percent of all the fish sold in the UK's chip shops, remain tied up.
He said: “Brexit was supposed to be the fishing industry’s salvation. We had shysters like Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson running around saying this was an opportunity to get the fishing industry back.
“We have been warning them about