A small sea fish approx 9 inches long (<25cm). Not much of it left but what a set of teeth. not sure if it's in the Cod family (do they have teeth like this?) or something quite ddifferent.
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After much googling I now think it's a small Hake but still very open to other suggestions
I looked at hake too, but they have two rows of teeth on the lower jaw (one on the upper) which doesn't look to be the case here - also I think the mouth of the hake is larger relative to the head. No idea what it actually is though, nor whether young hake have different dentition...
I'd say it was a young Whiting, they have a pretty impressive set of teeth (made more visible here due to post mortem changes).
Lat/Lng: 53.7844, -3.0588
OS grid ref: SD303325