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Fact Check: is 80% of UK fish given away to the rest of Europe?

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Fact Check : is 80% of UK fish given away to the rest of Europe? / Fernandes, Paul; Stewart, Bryce Donald.

In: The Conversation, 14.04.2015.

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Fernandes, P & Stewart, BD 2015, 'Fact Check: is 80% of UK fish given away to the rest of Europe?' The Conversation. <https://theconversation.com/fact-check-is-80-of-uk-fish-given-away-to-the-rest-of-europe-39966>

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Fernandes, P., & Stewart, B. D. (2015). Fact Check: is 80% of UK fish given away to the rest of Europe? The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/fact-check-is-80-of-uk-fish-given-away-to-the-rest-of-europe-39966

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Fernandes P, Stewart BD. Fact Check: is 80% of UK fish given away to the rest of Europe? The Conversation. 2015 Apr 14.

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Fernandes, Paul ; Stewart, Bryce Donald. / Fact Check : is 80% of UK fish given away to the rest of Europe?. In: The Conversation. 2015.

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