Lincolnshire farmer: 'We could not operate without migrants'

Some hope that leaving the European Union will put a check on the number of migrants coming to Britain. But what might that mean for the UK's rural economy?

Julian Perrowne is manager of Jack Burns Farms in Lincolnshire, which grows arable crops and vegetables.

Four-fifths of his workforce come from countries in Eastern Europe, because he can't get enough British people who want to work on the land.

The BBC's Inside Out presents a special England-wide series of programmes on Brexit and its impact three months on.

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