Brixham's fishermen hope Brexit will tip the scales for a shrinking industry
Bountiful waters off south Devon are also fished by EU boats, according to EU rules. Now British fleets are expecting change
Before dawn, the fish market in Brixham stirs into life as the shining silver catch from local fishing boats is unloaded, sorted, graded and auctioned off to food suppliers and restaurants.
This coastal town in south Devon can trace its fishing history back as far as the 14th century and today, thanks to Brexit, is at the centre of a modern political drama.