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Brexit winners and losers: The Cornish fishermen, the British people and Boris Johnson emerge victorious … as Nicola Sturgeon, the Guardian and Remainer experts lose

WINNER

CORNISH FISHERMEN

Like the trawlers in other British ports, the Newlyn skippers have welcomed the fact that much larger quantities of the fish quota are being "brought back". Dutch rival Nathanel Middlekoop says: "The EU is transferring fishing rights of 1.6 billion euros to Great Britain."

LADY FROST

Finally, the wife of British negotiator Lord (David) Frost – herself a former ambassador to Somalia – will see more of him than just being a Brexit widow for months while he shuttled endlessly between Brussels and London.

NIGEL FARAGE

After almost 30 years of fighting (sometimes with one hand), he now certainly deserves a knighthood. Get up, Sir Nigel from Brexit?

CORNISH FISHERMEN: Like trawlers in other UK ports, Newlyn boaters have welcomed the fact that much larger quantities of the fish quota are being "returned".

THE GOOD PEOPLE OF KENT

Avoiding No Deal will prevent the & # 39; Garden of England & # 39; becomes a huge truck park and latrine as cargo drivers don't have to queue for miles while waiting for controls to cross the canal.

BORIS JOHNSON

After receiving the right to be showered with praise, he can focus on marrying fiancee Carrie and raising baby Wilf. Nor is there an easy task to end Covid restrictions, rebuild the economy, save the Union, fix welfare, etc. etc.

COSTA DEL CRIMINALS

While we continue to be registered in DNA, fingerprint and vehicle registration databases, there are fears that our loss of access to other criminal information systems will make it easier for fugitive Britons living abroad to avoid justice.

NIGEL FARAGE: After almost 30 years of fighting (sometimes with one hand), he now certainly deserves a knighthood. Get up, Sir Nigel from Brexit?

NIGEL FARAGE: After almost 30 years of fighting (sometimes with one hand), he now certainly deserves a knighthood. Get up, Sir Nigel from Brexit?

THE FACTORY IN POLAND MANUFACTURING UK PASSPORT

In production since March, demand for the new £ 75.50 blue passports will be much greater.

THE BRITISH PEOPLE

The biggest winners, hands down. After 47 years in other European countries, and subject to the laws established in Brussels, the mandate of the largest vote in British history was honored.

LOSER

KATYA ADLER

The BBC's Europe editor has been an almost constant harbinger of doom on our television screens since the run-up to the referendum. The 48-year-old mother of three, who speaks five languages, is sure to struggle now to find something to justify her £ 210,000 salary.

SCOTTISH POTATO FARMERS

Seed potatoes (tubers used to grow new plants) are in no way inferior to salmon or whiskey as premium exports valued at 112 million pounds a year. Although the EU will allow almost all UK food and plant imports, seed potatoes are banned.

KATYA ADLER: The BBC's Europe editor has been an almost constant harbinger of doom on our television screens since the run-up to the referendum

KATYA ADLER: The BBC's Europe editor has been an almost constant harbinger of doom on our television screens since the run-up to the referendum

THE GUARD NEWSPAPER

In an apoplectic mood, it is said that Boris “deserved no recognition” after he “played the system cynically”. A bad end to a year in which the world's most awakened newspaper faced the fact that it was started with fortunes tied to cotton slaves.

STUDENTS

For more than 30 years, the Erasmus program has offered British students the opportunity to study at another European university for a year. Failure to agree on membership fees ended our participation – albeit replaced by a program named after wartime code breaker Alan Turing.

NICOLA STURGEON: Scotland's first minister would have screamed treason no matter what happened, but her argument for independence is getting more difficult given the special protections for industries like fishing, Arbroath Smokies and Orkney Cheddar

NICOLA STURGEON: Scotland's first minister would have screamed treason no matter what happened, but her argument for independence is getting more difficult given the special protections for industries like fishing, Arbroath Smokies and Orkney Cheddar

NICOLA STURGEON

Scotland's first minister would have screamed treason whatever happened, but their argument for independence is getting more difficult given the special protection for industries like fishing, Arbroath Smokies and Orkney Cheddar.

REMAINING POND

It is a hope – but unfortunately unlikely to be fulfilled – that rent-a-quotes like Alastair Campbell, Lord Adonis, and Lib Dem leader Sir Ed Davey will be offered less primetime platforms on BBC Radio 5 and Sky News.

Manufacturers of license plate stickers with EU star symbol If your car has one of these stickers from January 1st, you will need a separate GB sticker when driving in the EU.

Compiled by JAMES HEALE

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