Fishermen in Norfolk have expressed great concern at the lack of respect to their livelihoods exercised by two off-shore wind farms in their area. As moves continue to provide two massive wind farms on the east coast of Scotland where our indigenous fishing fleet currently operate, it might be suggested that promises are simply words and experience of those currently suffering both in Norfolk and off the Kent Coast should be given a great deal of credence. The story and video here
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