President and chairman of the ports of Calais and Boulogne-sur-Mer, Jean-Marc Puissesseau, said the row and subsequent threats over fishing rights were 'ridiculous'.
Speaking in an interview with the Financial Times, he said Britain's 'credibility' was at stake over the dispute in what will be seen as a reference to the handling of post-Brexit fishing licences.
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Ben Brusey, publishing director at Century, an imprint of Penguin Books which is also publishing Harry's title, said The Palace Papers was a 'tour de force'.
I would be surprised if they adopted that approach.