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Hastings Harbour: Promises, Empty Promises: Fishermen Protest against Tory Policy.

HOT’s Chandra Masoliver reports on the recent Fishermen’s Protest against Tory policy. She interviews three local fishermen, Paul Joy, Chairman of Hastings Fishermen’s Protection Society (HFPS) and Co-Chairman of the New Under Ten’s Association (NUTFA), which protects the rights of under ten metre fishing boats; Paul Stanley, fisherman and boy ashore; and Roland Kelly, owner of RX52, RX53, RX54 and DR169. She also reports on her attempt to interview Amber Rudd on the Harbour Proposal.

Paul Joy in the East Hastings Sea Angling Association. Photo:Chandra Masoliver

Hastings Harbour Proposal: a fisherman’s views

HOT’s Chandra Masoliver interviews Paul Joy, fisherman, chairman of Hastings Fishermen’s Protection Society (HFPS) and co-chairman of the New Under Ten Fishermen’s Association (NUTFA) about the proposed harbour development at Rock A Nore.

From left, Paul Joy, Hastings Fishermen's Protection Society, Cllr Peter Chowney, leader HBC, Paul Webbe, chef and owner of Webbes Restaurants, Andrew Wells, non-executive board member MMO, and Steve Manwaring, FLAG chair (photo: HBC).

Local fishery launches new round of projects

This week the Fisheries Local Action Group (FLAG) phase 2 project, backed by EU funding of £800,000, was launched at the Jerwood Gallery. Hastings Borough Council’s communications staff report.

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All Hands, by Laetitia Yhap: a time before steel boats, tractors and mobiles 1974–95

HOT’s Erica Smith sings the praises of an exhibition where the tables are turned, and men at work are the subject of the female gaze.

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Hastings Fishing Families on show in Parliament

Normally, Paul Joy and the other Hastings fishermen go up to Parliament to talk to DEFRA and European fishing organisations, but last night, they were the stars of their own show in the House of Commons. HOT’s Erica Smith went ‘up to town’ to visit the show and meet the stars of the sea.

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