Norway may stop British and EU vessels fishing in its waters from January 1st – talks held up by London's protracted Brexit standoff with Brussels
Man this headline makes it seem more sinister than it really is. The agreement is annual and thus runs out on Dec. 31st, 2020 (THIS DAY CAN'T COME SOON ENOUGH BY THE FUCKING WAY), so from that point on EU and british vessels don't get access to Norwegian waters and vice-versa until a new agreement is in place. Usually this would already be done, but since now it's not a EU-Norway deal but a EU-Norway-UK deal this will get complicated. It's not that hard.
Does it? It seems pretty fair. I suppose the existence of an agreement is only implied by "talks held up" but otherwise what you said and the title doesn't really have any differences.
I will say that this is more than just a held up agreement because fishing rights has become such a major blocker for a Brexit deal. It's a joke at this point that 2% of the UK's GDP is 33% (with the other two thirds being Northern Ireland and Common Grounds agreements) of a no-deal Brexit.
I don't know, "Norway may stop..." sounds like times like Norway is going to revoke some priviledges that the EU has always enjoyed when in reality it's just a time-based deal. Maybe we just read it differently mate. I think something like Brexit delays Norway-EU fishing deal renewal, fishing in each other's waters will become impossible unless new agreement is in place before 2021
I don't think it's any longer, but I'm also not an editor so you know, take it with a grain of salt.