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7 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «QUOTA-HOPPER»
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The Rule of the Door and Other Fanciful Regulations
The stakes were high, the players recklessly squandering what they had left of
their week's allowances. "Deal me out," said one, raking in a fat pot. "I haven't
finished my quota." "Oh, for God's sake-a quota hopper! Who let him into the
Lloyd Biggle, Jr., 1967
The Parliamentary Debates (Hansard).: House of Lords ...
... would not remove a single quota-hopper from the British register or help our
British fishermen in any way whatever. Instead, it would delay or block ratification
of a treaty that offers many benefits and advantages to this country. However, in ...
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords, 1997
Ireland and the Law of the Sea
2 See Irish Times, June 19, 1997. ' ibid. The IS&WFO spokesman stated that two
years previously Irish fishermen had been promised that action would ensue to
ensure that "quota-hopper" vessels should prove an economic link with Ireland.
Clive Ralph Symmons, 2000
... of British quotas remain in quota hopper hands and the legal loophole through
which they gained access remains in place. "The Netherlands and Spain have
transferred part of their fleet tonnage to the UK, which then has to deal with the ...
Survey of Current Affairs
I reiterated the need for the quota hopper problem to be resolved before I could
contemplate any further reductions in the capacity or effort of the UK fleet. Other
Member States continued to have substantive concerns on various aspects of the
Official Report of the Standing Committees: Session
There are horrendous accounts of Spanish quota hopper vessels being accepted
by the registrar without any apparent check. Constituents of mine who worked on
them described them as rust buckets. They are incapable of providing decent ...
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons, 1992
The castle of lies: why Britain must get out of Europe
British Government was at last forced to admit the true scale of the 'quota hopper'
invasion, when it revealed that 22 per cent of Britain's tonnage of larger vessels,
or more than a fifth of British tonnage, was now foreign-owned. Of 159 flagboats ...
Christopher Booker, Richard North, 1996
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