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BLUE SEAS PROTECTION hit out in London yesterday, showing government ministers of this crime.The U.K. deal with dolphin whale killers. YES or No! "Did the prime minister know the government set up a trade deal with mass dolphin and whale killer the Faroes"?
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#tradedeal
#animals
#environment
#environmental
#marina
#marinemammals
#education
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Lobbying government mp Bob Seally, at Cowes, Isle of Wight.

Re. Trade deal with dolphin murdering FAROE ISLANDS
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Big thank you to all the schools, teachers and pupils that visited BLUE SEAS PROTECTION at the NOEL TURNER event in COWES hope you all learnt something about our seas and marine life within them.
See us here join us blueseasprotection.org
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Heartbreaking:

"There was literally nothing to keep it was by far the worst day we have had on the boat. The dredger has been dumping sediment 1.5 miles away from the location on the second spoil ground on its original permit. I'm not sure how long we will be able to continue fishing with this current situation it's not looking good.

Any other year at this time we would normally be on 80 plus kg of lobsters and maybe 250kg plus of crab.
today we had 5kg of lobster and 30 kg of crab."
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Over 30 schools attended BLUE SEAS PROTECTION reg.charity
SHARK LAB event at the NOEL TURNER exhibition event in Cowes, Isle of Wight, uk. Blueseasprotection.org
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From our fridnd Ali at SEASPIRACY
1 week ago
Blue Seas Protection

Lobbying your MP in LondonJul 4, 12:00pmHouse of ParliamentJoin us in London to ask your MPs to support our petition to stop whale and dolphin hunts ... See MoreSee Less

Lobbying your MP in London

53 whales killed this Tuesday 25th June 2022 in the FAROES
Join us to
"STOP the GRIND" we have instigated the petition signed by 104,000 people ,signed in every uk. constituency, signed in 120 countries, and by the Pope, we have given substantial evidence to uk. government select committee, we have written to
600 MP,s forcing the government to take action against the trade deal UK. has with FAROES to import there fish.
We have written to DANISH GOV. & DANISH ROYAL FAMILY who support this
CRIME IN OUR OCEANS
This has to STOP!!! as you have dolphin and whale blood on your cod and chips.
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53 whales killed this Tuesday 25th June 2022 in the FAROES
Join us to 
STOP the GRIND we have instigated the petition signed by 104,000 people ,signed in every uk. constituency, signed in 120 countries, and by the Pope, we have given  substantial evidence to uk. government select committee,  we have written to
 600 MP,s forcing the government to take action against the trade deal UK. has with FAROES to import there fish. 
We have written to DANISH GOV. & DANISH ROYAL FAMILY who support this 
CRIME IN OUR OCEANS
This has to STOP!!! as you have dolphin and whale blood on your cod and chips. 
Blueseasprotection.org

At the Gurnard Southern Water event last night the representatives Keith and Laura said that SW are building another holding tank at the Sandown processing plant (which processes 80% of the islands sewage) at a cost of £2.9million. They are also giving away free slow release water butts for people to collect runoff from their rooves when it rains. They invite open meeting with IWC and Island Roads for discussion about viable solutions to adapt the infrastructure to cope with storm water which causes overflow. They welcome independent water testing. Current legislation requires testing which is undertaken by the Environment Agency. Investment in real time water quality testing and monitoring equipment is being undertaken. They urge people to report unusual discharges to EA, SW and/or IWC. Paul Fuller IWC Head of Planning was also at the meeting ... See MoreSee Less

At the Gurnard Southern Water event last night the representatives Keith and Laura said that SW are building another holding tank at the Sandown processing plant (which processes 80% of the islands sewage) at a cost of £2.9million.  They are also giving away free slow release water butts for people to collect runoff from their rooves when it rains.  They invite open meeting with IWC and Island Roads for discussion about viable solutions to adapt the infrastructure to cope with storm water which causes overflow.  They welcome independent water testing.  Current legislation requires testing which is undertaken by the Environment Agency.  Investment in real time water quality testing and monitoring equipment is being undertaken.  They urge people to report unusual discharges to EA, SW and/or IWC.  Paul Fuller IWC Head of Planning was also at the meeting

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