Migrant workers at a farm
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Migrant worker treatment concerns raised

New concerns have been raised about the treatment migrant workers receive in the UK after seven Romanian children were found working illegally in freezing conditions on a farm in Worcestershire.

The Gangmasters Licensing Authority carries out regular surprise inspections on farms, to ensure migrant workers are treated correctly.

But Tom McCrosson from the GLA says they have very little control over living standards provided by employers.

Jenny Hill reports.

  • 01 Nov 2010