The Boston Globe
Porters who haul fish at London's centuries-old Billingsgate market are protesting changes they say will destroy the historic business. The City of London Corporation wants to revoke 19th-century bylaws governing the licensing of porters. The local...
The Daily Star
Porters at Britain's historic Billingsgate fish market began a campaign on Tuesday against reform plans they say would destroy the 680-year-old national institution. The market, first granted a charter by Edward III in 1327, generates 200 million...