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There is a general governmental commitment in the UK to prioritising social and economic aspects of fisheries within policy-making relating to the marine environment. This is embodied by various recent strategy documents, such as Net Benefits, Safeguarding Our Seas and A Sea Change: the Marine Bill. The UK government has variously proposed the ecosystem approach, integrated coastal zone management, regional and social policy, the development of social and economic objectives, data provision, impact assessments, stakeholder involvement, and ‘marine conservation zones’ as means of addressing the socio-economic deficit in inshore fisheries management.