it is not that simple but the means to preserving the fisheries is not simply BREXIT The quota systems etc... Vs marine preservation for sustainable harvesting is more the issue. with boom n bust economics touted as the moral & only logical systematic process to engage the issue, it tilts the narrative and curbs the real actions that should be taken to ensure long term sustainability. 'my way of the high way' is not a level playing field ... be that BREXIT or Globalisation without stringent regulation and enforcement free trade agreements become globalisation of national assets and food security. remember the government controls the quotas and the regulations of who can sell what to whom just like mining rights nitrogen run off coral bleaching micro plastics pollution of mangrove swamps and wetlands building permits for marine environments deep sea research(thank god for the new ship because it seemed like an act of god budgeting to have it built & run) equally the democratic voters sold their rights by voting for BREXIT why is Boris the bad guy for trying to push it through ? is he not attempting to ensure the rights of the voters ? logic ? moral ? rights ? ... the somewhat apparent complicity of the ignorant fool voter wanting both outcomes by voting for a bi-polar issue... (they want democracy & freedom but do not want to be accountable for knowing what is going on and then voting accordingly?... how many times did they vote for the tory austerity government?) how do they increase the value of that fish as it is their resource controlled by their government... can they just declare it is now a higher value and put the price up ? like oil ... is everyone saying NO ! "thats not fair" for the international markets to be increasing the price of oil ? middle east has oil Brittan has fish what is the difference ?