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A North Korean vessel previously arrested for illicit activity.
24 Sep 2018
Australia and Canada have mounted airborne maritime patrols from a US base in Japan to detect illicit North Korean shipping activity.
EU and UK flag brexit
25 Jul 2018
European rules and regulations will continue to apply to the United Kingdom until 2021 under the terms of implementation lasting two years after the date of Brexit.
Haralambos Fafalios
18 Jul 2018
More action not studies need to keep UK competitive, Haralambos Fafalios tells Fairplay
17 Jul 2018
Fears that the negotiations that will lead to the UK leaving the EU next March will result in delays at ports and borders were not allayed by the UK's shipping minister Nusrat Ghani’s inability to guarantee frictionless trade following the conclusion of negotiations.  
JR Shipping’s Enforcer
16 Jul 2018
Until now, some 2,500 Dutch private investors remain involved in the vessel portfolio called JR Fleet Fund as limited partners, in a so-called CV structure that is the Dutch equivalent to Germany’s once-flourishing KG scheme.
An aerial view of Felixstowe port.
13 Jul 2018
The temporary relocation of the Maersk services is the latest blow to hit Felixstowe since problems over its new operating system surfaced at the end of May.
Brexit protester outside Parliament
12 Jul 2018
“Disappointed” that the Brexit white paper contained no proposals to ensure mutual market access after March 2019, marine insurers vow to engage with government to establish a way forward in the long term.
Ship in Rolls-Royce’s commercial marine division
06 Jul 2018
Kongsberg Gruppen has agreed a deal with Rolls-Royce to acquire the latter’s loss-making commercial marine business. The transaction does not include Bergen Engines or Rolls-Royce’s naval business. 
Lloyd’s interior
05 Jul 2018
Inga Beale, chief executive officer of Lloyd's, remains optimistic that London will steer through the current marine market challenges
Inga Beale
29 Jun 2018
The news comes at a time when the market is wrestling with its marine underwriters in an effort to push them to increase rates after a torrid 2017 defined by the series of US and Caribbean hurricanes which deliver a GBP2.4 billion (USD3.1 billion) loss for Lloyd’s.
Lloyd’s headquarters in London
28 Jun 2018
With Brexit nine months away, the London insurance market continues to fight to maintain its role as a global hub, but conflict and continuity are major concerns.