An Irish fishing vessel has been boarded and expelled from British territorial waters just after new Brexit offer regulations came into effect, in accordance to The Specific.

It had been making ready to forged its nets when the patrol boat, Jura, arrived.

Adrian McClenaghan, the vessel’s captain, was knowledgeable as an ‘EU vessel’ he was no for a longer period allowed to fish in the vicinity of Rockall.

Talking to Irish broadcaster RTE he reported: “We had been fishing in Rockall and users of the crew from the Jura boarded us.

“They knowledgeable us that we could no for a longer period fish within the 12-mile restrict of Rockall.

“The Scottish navy are continuing to patrol the 12-mile restrict and we’re waiting around on even further guidelines from the Department of Foreign Affairs on what their subsequent move will be.”

McClenaghan, who employs nine crew, contacted Ireland’s section of overseas affairs about the incident.

In accordance to RTE all around 30 p.c of his yearly capture comes from all over Rockall.

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