"It is a question of how long the strike goes on and the longer it goes on, the worse it gets. ... Iceland is one of the main suppliers of fish into the UK. It has hit our business particularly badly because we do rely on Icelandic fish. ... In due course there will be a knock-on effect as there will be less fish available and if the demand stays the same then generally the price will go up."
Martin Boyers, chef för fiskmarknaden i Grimsby, i Belfast Telegraph om strejken bland isländska sjömäns inverkan på den brittiska marknaden.