EFESaint Helier, Jersey

It's almost 5pm and, under the glow of street lights at Victoria Pier in the capital of Jersey, Stephen Viney moors his boat to unload his catch. Until a year ago, he would have sold it on the French coast, but since Brexit he has had no choice but to offload it in local restaurants and markets on the island.

"We’re just really surviving at the moment," 54-year-old fisherman tells Efe in an interview aboard his boat, one of the approximately 50 vessels on the Channel Island dedicated mainly to scallops, crabs and lobsters.EFE