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Aldeburgh fisherman welcomes High Court fish quotas ruling

10 July 2013 Last updated at 14:01 BST

A High Court ruling in favour of redistributing some fishing rights from big producers to small-scale operators has been welcomed by fishing groups.

Big fish producers have lost their case against the government which wants to allocate more of Britain's fishing quotas to the smaller boats.

Kirk Stribling, who has been fishing out of Aldeburgh in Suffolk for 25 years, said the ruling meant justice had prevailed.

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